Surprise (maybe not), Gucci is back with yet another project and this one is called Mr. Clean The Middle Man. Coming with twelve more tracks for us that includes two guest spots coming from Wooh Da Kid and Dash. Stream and download after the jump.
Gucci Mane just dropped off Brick Factory 3 last week and now he has another project for us. This one is titled Views From Zone 6 and is heavy with features from 2 Chainz, Young Dolph, Peewee Longway, Chief Keef, Quavo and plenty more.
Stream and download the 8-track project below.
Waka Flocka returns with an official single today and it features his former enemy Gucci Mane and Bobby Valentino. Take a listen to “Against All Odds” after the jump.
After getting to hear Guwop team up with Bankroll Fresh and Scooter on “F*ck That Bitch” yesterday, we now get to hear him collaborate with 1/3rd of the Migos. Hear Gucci’s Zaytoven-produced “Make Yo Move” alongside Quavo after the jump and expect it to land on his upcoming Trap House 5.
Muzikfene & 3rdy Baby are ready to drop their Sour Diesel 18 mixtape but before they do we get to hear a new Gucci record featuring Scooter & Bankroll Fresh with production by DJ Spinz. Hear “F*ck That Bitch” after the jump.
No surprise another album from Gucci arrives today. This time it is third edition of Brick Factory series and it includes 13-brand new tracks with features from Peewee Longway, Young Thug, Bankroll Fresh, Lil B and more.
Tracklist and full stream available below.
Gucci Mane and Young Thug are back with their second collaboration of the week and this one is called “Heart Attack” with Zaytoven handling production. Take a listen below. Guwop’s Brick Factory 3 is coming soon.
Since he didn’t drop Brick Factory 3 today as expected, Gucci Mane still provides us with some new music. Take a listen to the Cassius Jay-produced “Down On That” featuring Young Thug after the jump and let’s hope the project releases soon.
With Brick Factory 3 expected to release this coming Sunday, we get to hear a new Guwop track titled “Cartel Talk” produced by D.C.’s Roger Beat. Take a listen after the jump.