Woptober II : Gucci Mane

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A veteran to the rap game, Gucci Mane released a sequel to his 2016 mixtape “Woptober” now his 2nd project of 2019 and his official 15th album. Gucci Mane now many years into his career he doesn’t seem to age. Actually, he looks much younger than when he started out; previously being 290 he lost over 100 pounds about 2 years ago. Other than his appearance his style never seems to age either; his flow, beats, and rhythm seem to stay consistent and adapt with rap industry advancements. He also keeps in touch with many artists young and old. Gucci could be considered an intergenerational rapper since he was the last of the old generation of rap and the very beginning of the new age of rap. Many refer to the vet as “King of Atlanta” or “Guwop.” He even founded his own record label “1017 Records.” The label is home to Lil Quill, Yung Mal, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Ralo, and Asian Da Brat.

Released October 13, 2019 Gucci Mane’s “Woptober II,”  the sequel to 2016 “Woptober” Gucci, continues the same story of success , riches and the benefits of a sybaritic lifestyle. He features many young artists like NBA Youngboy, Kodak Black, DaBaby, Megan Thee Stallion, Lil Baby and he begins to introduce the more relevant artists towards the end of the album like Quavo and Takeoff from the Migos. Gucci Mane if definitely up for nominations like Best Rapper to Originate From the South and The Current Father of the Rap Industry. You will not be seeing Gucci Mane going anywhere, anytime soon.