After serving three-plus years in prison, everybody knew Gucci Mane was going to hit the ground running, even after releasing dozens of mixtapes during his stint behind bars. He had lost time to make up for. But Guwop has been busy, even by his own insane standards. He dropped a new song the day after news of his release surfaced, hopped on a Kanye West single a few days later, dropped a song with Drake a day after that and hasn’t looked back. Somehow, between all that work, he even found time to catch up on Game Of Thrones and fight back rumors he was a clone.
Friday, nearly two months after his release, Gucci released Everybody Looking, and now he’s hitting the stage again for the first time since coming home with Gucci Mane And Friends Homecoming concert. Revolt is capturing the entire event in Atlanta live, and streaming it for the world. “I tried to put out a lot of music while I was gone so my people knew I was still here and still had something to say,” said Gucci in a press release. “Being in federal prison wasn’t no cake walk, but it made be better. I came out even more powerful.” After the concert, LaFlare will also be doing an exclusive interview that will likely be ripe with more quotables.
If you can’t catch the live stream or want to watch the show again later, it’ll premiere on REVOLT TV Thursday, July 28, 2016 at 10:30pm ET.