UPDATED, 9:09 p.m. ET: Gucci Mane just released an artwork for Everybody Looking, which fans can guess it is his new project since his release from jail. It is out on July 22.


This what ya'll been askin for. So here it come "Everybody Looking" JULY 22!

A photo posted by Gucci Mane (@laflare1017) on Jun 24, 2016 at 6:04pm PDT

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Gucci Mane returns tonight with his new track "All My Children." The song is finds Gucci playing father to the rest of the hip-hop game, with him spitting "All my, all my, all my children/All these rappers are all my children" on the chorus. He continues to assert his position in the game, rapping "This shit is bigger than the game/Deeper than rap, boy/Just ask around in East Atlanta, I'm the landlord/Fuck a contract, I'd rather shake your hand boy/Yeah I'm the CEO, but I'm your biggest fan, boy."

Gucci promised the song earlier today in a Snapchat video, saying "I know what I'm gonna do. I've got something for you motherfuckers. I'm gonna drop some shit tonight to fuck your head up, make you can't sleep good."

He's been on quite a roll musically since his release from prison a few weeks ago. He hopped on Drake's "Back on Road," G.O.O.D. Music's "Champions," Dreezy's "We Gon Ride," and Kodak Black's "Vibin' In This Bih," along with his own song "First Day Out Da Feds." He also linked up with Young Thug for a video shoot recently, and started rolling out his first post-prison concert dates. Clearly, the ever-prolific rapper has no plans to slow down anytime soon.

One of the funniest moments since his release was him addressing accusations that he's a clone. Always one to mess with his fans, he responded perfectly. "I keep hearing that Gucci is a clone. I will neither confirm nor deny those accusations." 

As for what we can expect from his new album, Zaytoven revealed in a new interview that both he and Mike WiLL Made-It are responsible for a majority of the project's production. "We did a lot of the songs together. That’s something that’s not really been heard before," he told Faderbefore hinting at what we can expect from the whole thing. "I know I made two or three that are like, vintage Zaytoven and Gucci. And we hit you with the new stuff that you ain’t ever heard before." As Zaytoven put it, "There was a void in trap music for a long time and Gucci is coming back to fill the void."

We can't wait to hear what else Gucci has got for us, but for now, relish in his latest on iTunes or by streaming it below.