Now He Made It Harder

Wop just dropped three new tapes, and we still have extra shots in the clip to let off. First, the cinematic venture of a Trap House III stand-out with recent 1017-signee, Chief Keef (what’s a video with Sosa without crazed ATV antics).

Gucci Mane “Darker” (Feat. Chief Keef, Prod. 808 Mafia)

Gucci never was the one to do hand in half-assed guest work:

Tim Savage “Bodies” (Feat. Gucci Mane)

DC “Get Money” (Feat. Gucci Mane)

For the completists, here is the recent collaborative project with the Bay Area’s own Figg Panamera (with heavy cameo work by Kevin Gates), Fillmoelanta 3.

I Call That Politics

Gucci delivers, as promised, THREE new projects in ONE evening. Pay close attention to the credits. This is just incredible.

Get World War III: Lean…produced by Zaytoven, Mike WiLL Made It, & Honorable C-Note

Get World War III: Molly…produced by Metro Boomin, Sonny Digital, & HPG

Get World War III: Gas…produced by 808 Mafia

Meal Tickets

Gucci Mane leaks a track off his just released project with Figg Panamera titled Fillmoelanta 3. You can get that on iTunes now.

Gucci Mane & Figg Panamera “Country Politics”

You Can’t Drive The Rari

JT + Gucci + Zay. Filmoelanta 3 on the way.

JT The Bigga Figga x Gucci Mane “Jump Shot Dough” (Prod. Zaytoven)

Wanna Hand Off?

New Gucci and Dolph over a D Boy Fresh slapper. Honestly, pretty underwhelming (very much like the cover art), until Wop‘s verse, which does something damn near magical to the song during its course.

Drumma Boy “Private Party” (Feat. Young Dolph & Gucci Mane, Prod. Drumma Boy)

Try To Keep That Shit Discrete

Gucci and Metro (with some added help from 808 Mafia‘s TM88) bang out a romantic tribute to substance abuse. You shouldn’t expect anything less coming from Wop at this point. 19 & Boomin’ coming soon.

Gucci Mane “You A Drug” (Prod. Metro Boomin & TM88)

Bonus: Video footage of the two working on something new (plus a cool little cameo by the Honorable CNote). Shout outs to Metro‘s NWO shirt (and peace to Kevin Nash). Double shouts to footage of legendary ad-lib tracks being laid.

Don’t Keep Your ID

Scooter and Wop with their entry into the motivational music arena (come to think of it, this is probably not THE first). Off of Street Lottery.

Young Scooter “Work” (Feat. Gucci Mane, Prod. Zaytoven)

Don’t Forget The Beaker

Everyone probably knows that DJ Scream is pretty much plugged with all of cool rappers with Southern accents (he IS the plug for most of us). When he releases a compilation project, we listen. Has plenty of our favorites including Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka, Project Pat (these three are on the SAME song), Gunplay, Future, Migos, and more…plus a scary roster of only supreme hitters on the boards.

Get The Ratchet Superior EP

Thousand Ki’s Of Cut

Wop and Rozay are trappin’ out the mansion. Off of the fucking great Trap House III.

Gucci Mane “Trap House 3” (Feat. Rick Ross, Prod. 808 Mafia)

Bonus: New visuals from an older song…Writing On The Wall 2 era.

Chill Will “2 Dopeboyz” (Feat. Gucci Mane, Prod. Zaytoven)

Double Bonus: This Trap Music: Gold & White Edition mixtape has a song with Guwop, Waka, and Trouble Trouble.

Econolodge ’99

Gucci‘s new album is out, finally (after almost a day of delay). No need for a word about it other than maybe him getting hemmed up for a second was a blessing in disguise? I say this simply because after a break from the seemingly weekly deluge of material from Guwop, this now feels like a much-needed splash of hot crack pot water to the face, reminding us of dude’s vitally cemented role as a creative presence in modern rap music (breathe now).

Available on Amazon.