Lil Wayne and Gucci Mane call on the man above in their new collaboration, “Oh Lord,” which will appear on the soundtrack for the upcoming film, The Birth of a Nation.
Gucci calls for the shackles to be taken off of him and raps about riding with his brethren, while Wayne references his issues with Cash Money and Birdman, and feeding his family in his verse.
Gucci Mane will be opening up about his life experiences in a new memoir he’s releasing via Simon & Schuster.
A rep for the publishing house confirmed the deal with The FADER, and revealed that it will be a memoir about the rapper’s life.
When heading out and about recently, Gucci Mane posed it up in a Moschino Men Long Sleeve Sweater ($550). The lightweight sweater features a multicolored print at its front and a solid black back. La Flare rock’d it with black leather pants and a colorful pair of studded sneakers. Get another look inside.
Usher calls on Master P, Travis Scott, 2 Chainz, A$AP Ferg and Gucci Mane for some assistance on the remix (Gmix) to his single, “No Limit.”
With the song taking inspiration from Master P’s ’90s hit, “Make ‘Em Say Uhh,” the No Limit Records CEO takes the lead; referencing his from his catalog like “I Got the Hook-Up” and “Bout It, Bout It.” As the others follow suit, there’s Silk the Shocker and C-Murder references, as well as other tributes to No Limit.
Sevyn Streeter dropped her new song, “Prolly,” featuring Gucci Mane, last week, and now she’s following it up with the video.
The visuals are giving Mad Max vibes, and during an interview with The FADER, the R&B singer talked its concept, saying:
Sevyn Streeter enlists Gucci Mane for her new single, “Prolly.” The R&B songstress thinks back on her night of partying; wondering if she went too far with her turn up.
Meanwhile, La Flare, who recently unleashed his album – Everybody Looking – raps about preferring “Free Gucci” over “RIP,” and also shouts out Texas legend, Pimp C.
Gucci Mane had Atlanta’s Fox Theatre lit with “Gucci Mane and Friends” – his first show since his May release from prison.
Drake and his Summer Sixteen tour partner, Future, hit the stage with La flare, as well as 2 Chainz and Fetty Wap – and Gucci’s girlfriend, Keyshia Ka’oir, also made an appearance.