Gucci Mane is back with a new black and white gritty music video for his latest single, “Can’t Handle Me,” featuring Young Scooter and Young Dolph. The track is featured on the Atlanta native’s new LP, The State Vs. Radric Davis 2: The Caged Bird Sings. Never one to stray too far from the streets, the troubled rapper plays it cool and dismisses the competition while boasting about his moves out on the block. Dolph and Scooter follow suit and also dedicate their verse to the streets.
Gucci Mane is back with a new banging single titled “Mention Me.” Despite all his legal troubles, Gucci continues to stay consistent and shower fans with project after project. The down South rapper’s latest single features production from Mike WiLL Made It and finds the troubled rapper demanding his respect and credit when it comes to trappin’ and hustlin’. Take a listen as the Goochster laces the hard-hitting track with his familiar street inspired lines.
The Goochster might be locked up behind bars but that’s not stopping his music from circulating throughout the streets. In fact, Gucci Mane recently teamed up with rising star Rich Homie Quan for a new 17-song collaborative project titled Trust God Fuck 12. Take a listen to the latest leak off the project called “Celebrity” which serves as the opening song on Gucci’s latest offering. This is definitely one for the streets and club scene as the young producer Metro Boomin does the honors on the song’s production.
Young up-and-coming producer Metro Boomin’ finally delivers his latest project with his 19 & Boomin’ compilation mixtape. Boomin’ is responsible for such hits such as “Karate Chop” and “Honest” by Future. Boasting features on his solo offering from the likes of Future, Gucci Mane, Curren$y, Ace Hood, Trinidad James and more, the Atlanta based artist delivers a total of 19 songs with an additional bonus track. CLICK HERE to download Metro Boom’s 19 & Boomin’ mixtape.
Waka Flocka Flame is back with his new mixtape entitled Roaches To Rollies. Hosted by DJ Sream, the 15-song project comes equipped with appearances from Whoo Da Kid, Frenchie, Sony, Chazz, Diago and K-So. Not to be forgotten, track number five serves as Waka’s official diss record aimed at former business partner and friend Gucci Mane who is currently locked up behind bars. CLICK HERE to download Roaches To Rollies and take a look at the official tracklisting also provided.
1. Big Homie Flock (Intro)
2. Obituary (Feat. Wooh Da Kid)
3. Took Off
4. F*ck Sh*t (Feat. Trouble)
5. Ice Cream (Gucci Diss)
6. Heavyweight (Feat. Frenchie & Sony)
7. Rich Gang
8. 7 Days of the Week
9. Running Them Lips (Feat. Chazz)
10. Pop That P*ssy (Feat. Diago & Chazz)
11. Rainy Dayz
12. Geekin (Feat. K-So)
13. Going Off
15. Bragg (Just Tell Em)
Waka Flocka releases a new diss record titled “Ice Cream Man” and aims it at his former friend and label mate Gucci Mane. Though Gucci is currently not in a position to take action seeing as how he’s locked up in jail, that clearly wasn’t a factor for Flocka as the rapper decided not let that affect his agenda. Flocka goes in over the menacing track and attempts to discredit Gucci by questioning his character and motives while using the song’s hook to suggest the rapper changed. Take a listen to what Waka has to say on the matter in full.
Gucci Mane links up with “Versace” rapper Migos for a new collaborative track titled “Mama We Rich.” Backed by slappin’ drums and mellow piano keys, Gucci reflects on his early days sellin’ dope in the streets and delivers in his signature choppy flow a conversation he shared with his mother after she found his spoon and drugs hidden in the closet. Take a listen to the troubled rapper as he shares his story. “Mama We Rich” is featured on DJ Plugg’s The Plugs Plug 3 mixtape.
Young Atlanta based producer Metro Boomin links up with Gucci Mane for a new joint titled “Up and Down.” Gucci Mane goes in over the bouncy instrumental and drops bars on his love for the cash, dodging his haters and and his old days in the streets putting in work. ”Up and Down” will be featured on Metro Boomin’s new 19 & Boomin project which is set to release soon.
Trouble rapper Gucci Mane almost found himself in a random fight at Lennox Mall in Atlanta just a few days ago. The unknown man in the video clip who squares up with Gucci Mane has now come forward to give details on what exactly took place. Live on the air with radio host Big Tigger, the Detroit R&B artist explains to listeners that the near fight almost broke out after Gucci behaved disrespectfully towards him. He further elaborated the two previously had bad blood after he found out that Gucci grabbed the unsigned singer’s wife’s assets while he was apparently in prison. Though the Detroit native admits he approached Gucci only to solicit his music, the “Icy” rapper wasn’t having it.
Earlier this morning, Gucci Mane found himself cuffed up and hauled away to jail just after midnight after cussing at police in Atlanta. Making matters worse, Gucci also had a small amount of marijuana and a gun on him. According to TMZ, the rapper’s problems began after a friend flagged down police due to Gucci’s apparent erractic behavior and when he was approached the 33-year-old rapper decided to start cussing and threatening officers. Gucci has been officially booked for carrying a concealed weapon, disorderly conduct and marijuana possession.
Gucci Mane is back with a new mixtape titled Diary Of A Trap God. The new project from Gucci comes packed with features from the likes of E-40, Rich Homie Quan, Young Scooter, Wiz Khalifa, Waka Flocka, Chief Keef and OJ Da Juiceman. Fans can also look foward to hearing beats from producers like DJ Mustard, Lex Luger, MikeWillMadeIt and more. CLICK HERE to download Gucci Mane’s latest offering and check out the official track list below.
1. Decapitated (Prod By Zaytoven)
2. Me (Prod By MikeWiLLMadeIt)
3. Cutters Feat Plies
4. Pablo Feat E-40 (Prod By Honorable C Note)
5. I Heard Feat Rich Homie Quan
6. Cali Feat Young Scooter (Prod By DJ Mustard)
7. Keep It Real (Prod By Zaytoven)
8. Pussy Wet (Prod By 808 Mafia)
9. Show A Young Nigga
10. She A Soldier Feat Rich Homie Quan (Prod By Lex Luger)
11. High Power Cowards
12. Recognize Feat Akon, Young Scooter
14. Nuthin On Ya Feat Wiz Khalifa
15. Nights Like This Feat Waka Flocka (Prod By Southside)
16. Choppers Feat Waka Flocka, OG Boo Dirty
17. All These Bitches Feat Chief Keef, OJ Da Juiceman
18. Virgin Feat Young Dolph, Young Thug (Prod By London On The Track)
19. Stash House Feat OJ Da Juiceman
20. Fall Back Feat Tyga
21. Club Swole (Prod By 808 Purps)
22. Cold Hearted (Prod By Drumma Boy)
23. Realest Ever Lived (Prod By Zaytoven)