Gucci Mane’s persistent stream of music continues with his new album Mr. Davis, which was delayed from its original release date in September but is now scheduled to come out tomorrow. In advance of the album’s release, Gucci has shared another new track from it called “Enormous,” which features Ty Dolla $ign. You can … More »
Back when Gucci Mane was at his circa-’09 artistic peak, he couldn’t even get booked as a performer on a late-night show. But with his post-prison career revival in full swing and his autobiography coming out next week, Gucci is now getting the sit-down interview treatment. Last night, Gucci was a guest on Trevor … More »
Gucci Mane’s new album, Mr. Davis, is on the way and today he debuted a new single to follow the Migos collab “I Get The Bag.” The track is called “Curve” and it features the Weeknd. Gucci sat down with The New Yorker’s Malcolm Gladwell recently and the two of them talked about writing, … More »
Gucci Mane is having one helluva year. He announced that his book The Autobiography Of Gucci Mane will hit shelves next week, he’s touring with the Weeknd, and he’ll be marrying Keyshia Ka’oir next month. Now, it’s being reported that his parole period is ending two years early. More »
Selena Gomez surprised fans yesterday by announcing that a remix of “Fetish” by Galantis would be dropped at midnight. The track was originally downtempo with bass synths pulsing between Gomez and Gucci Mane’s vocals.
Galantis wove in a heavier bass synth drop as well as mixed Gomez’s vocals throughout the track. Their take on the pop track certainly adds an electronic flair that was not there before.
Gucci Mane hit the main stage just after 6 p.m. Saturday (Aug. 19) at the Billboard Hot 100 Festival riding off a DJ set that delivered cuts from Migos, 21 Savage, Lil Uzi Vert and, most significantly, “Classical (Intro),” off his 2009 major-label debut, The State Vs. Radric Davis. And when he arrived he came … More »
Hip-hop never sleeps, ladies and gents, and the most tireless, prolific insomniac of them all very well be Gucci Mane himself. To prove once again that no one can beat his sheer quantity of output, Gucci has announced a brand new album under the delightfully formal title Mr. Davis, out September 15 through GUWOP Enterprises/1017/Atlantic. The record features an ensemble so hip and so now that you won’t even be able to believe your own goddamn ears: The Weeknd, Migos, A$AP Rocky, Schoolboy Q, Ty Dolla $ign, Chris Brown, plus many more! Reading the list of features on this thing is like reading the Wikipedia page “Gucci Mane’s discography” — you’ll have to come up for air more than once.
Truth be told, though, Gucci Mane is actually having a pretty slow year in relative terms. He just released his latest mixtape, Droptopwop, in May, and on September 19, mere days after the release of Mr. Davis, Simon & Schuster are set to publish The Autobiography of Gucci Mane. Here’s to hoping he can fit six or seven more commercial mixtapes in before the Yuletide hits.
Never one to leave fans without a taste of the new shit, Gucci has also previewed Mr. Davis with a new single featuring the lovable lads from the Atlanta metropolitan area, Migos, called “I Get the Bag.” Listen to it below, head to iTunes to pre-order Mr. Davis, and pray to Gucci for more jams before its release. In the meantime, though, make like Gucci and don’t sleep on this one!
Mr. Davis tracklisting:
01. Work in Progress (Intro)
02. Back On
03. I Get the Bag ft. Migos
04. Stunting Ain’t Nuthin ft. Slim Jxmmi & Young Dolph
05. Curve ft. The Weeknd
06. Enormous ft. Ty Dolla $ign
07. Members Only
08. Money Make Ya Handsome
09. Changed ft. Big Sean
10. We Ride ft. Monica
11. Lil Story ft. Schoolboy Q
12. Tone It Down ft. Chris Brown
13. Make Love
14. Money Piling
15. Jumped Out the Whip ft. A$AP Rocky
16. Miss My Woe ft. Rico Love
17. Made It (Outro)
“I could fight forever, but life’s too short.” Every lyric on Rainbow — Kesha’s first album in five years and the first since initiating a messy legal battle against former producer and label head Lukasz “Dr. Luke” Gottwald — is loaded, but those words in particular stand out. They’re among the first lines on album … More »