Gucci Mane has stayed busy since getting released from prison in May. First he dropped his post-release single "First Day Out Tha Feds," then he jumped on Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music/Cruel Winter single "Champions." Next he dropped his album Everybody Looking, which hit No. 2 on the Billboard 200. It's a lot for anyone to accomplish in just three months, but Guwop doesn't seem to be showing any signs of slowing down.

For his next move, Gucci linked up with his old pal Zaytoven for two new tracks, "GucTiggy" and "Woptober." The former clocks in at a little over 1:30 and features a fat rolling bass line and some vintage Guwop bars. "They say I wrote the book but here’s another chapter/You ain’t gotta ride with me, d--k ride another rapper." The latter track, "Woptober," is a little more fully formed and fleshed out and sounds like Gucci's re-asserting his dominance in the rap game. "The only person that can defeat me is me," he raps. "The only man I'm competing with is me."

It's unknown if these are Everybody Looking extras or perhaps portend to bigger things to come from Gucci down the line. In the meantime, fans still have his supposed collaboration project with Drake, tentatively titled The Sixers, to look forward to. In a recent interview, Zaytoven gave a status update on the recording process. "We had started recording songs that same day, I know that we got two songs concrete for sure songs that will go for the project. I don't know for sure it's going to be me and [Mike WiLL Made-It] doing the whole thing, if somebody else is gonna be a producer on it, or if I'mma do one by myself and Mike do one by himself. We don't really know that for sure, just as long as the songs match up together."

Listen to "GucTiggy," "Woptober" and the rest of the GucTiggy EP below. 

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