On “All My Children,” Gucci Mane said that “nobody love you like Wop love you,” and he meant it. Instead of waiting until 10/17, Gucci decided to let his Woptober album out three days early. If that’s not enough, he slashed the price from $9.99 down to FREE. You could still support and pick it up on iTunes or stream it on Spotify to help him make some money if you want.
For his tenth studio album, Gucci enlisted a small cast of features including Rick Ross, Travi$ Scott and Young Dolph. The production is handled by the same individuals that always make beats for him — Mike Will Made-It, Metro Boomin’, Zaytoven, etc. As usual, he follows the formula that has made him successful over the years, and that’s not said in a bad way. Basically, this allows him to make sure his fans know what to expect before hand. It’s worth noting that Young Thug has been able to follow this same path and succeed.
Knowing how Gucci Mane works, this isn’t the last we’ve seen of him this year. He gave us just a few months ago. In addition, there’s a possible tour on the way and a new movie with Harmony Korine coming.
Stream Woptober below, courtesy of Gucci, of course.