Gucci Mane's 'Droptopwop' Is Here

Gucci Mane releases his fourth album since getting out of prison in May 2016.

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This is a photo of Gucci Mane.

Gucci Mane just might be the hardest working rapper in the business.

After wrapping up 2016 with three albums—Everybody Looking, Woptober, and The Return of East Atlanta—since his May release from prison, he promised Droptopwop would release at the top of 2017. As it goes with any major rap release, some delays are going to happen. But that didn’t stop the Wopster from teasing the album’s arrival with “Make Love” featuring Nicki Minaj.

Droptopwop is 10 tracks and it is entirely produced by Metro Boomin. In anticipation for the album, Gucci shared the video for “Hurt A Ni**a Feelings” on WorldStar. Fans should pay attention to the features, as its another stacked line-up with 2 Chainz, Young Dolph, Migos’ Offset, and Rick Ross, who previously collaborated with him on “Buy Back the Block.”

Though Guwop just gave us new music, he’s also preparing to release his first book titled The Autobiography of Gucci Mane. Published through Simon & Schuster, the memoir, which was written with music journalist Neil-Martinez Belkin, is set to arrive on Sept 19. Outside of that, Gucci is taking his talents to the silver screen with Rozay with their first independent film, so be on the look out for more details soon.

You can stream the album here.

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