Gucci Mane Releases 36-Track Album

Not even jail can stop Gucci Mane from dropping new content on iTunes.

In case you missed it, the still-incarcerated Alabama rapper just released Meal Ticket—a 36-track combination of his previous Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Desert mixes—featuring special guest appearances by iLoveMakonnen, Young Scooter, Verse Simmonds, Quavo, Trinidad James, Dr. Phill, Sy Ari Da Kid, Waka Flocka Flame, OGD, Smurf, Rich the Kid, Reese, Chief Keef, Fredo Santana and Andy Milonokis.

As if dropping a new mixtape wasn’t already enough for fans, his record label, 1017 records, recently announced that Gucci Mane would be getting out on September 20, 2016.

Gucci Mane also tweeted last February, that he is already working on putting together once he is released in September.

For now, all we can do is wait until he is released, so we can finally purchase our tickets to see Gucci Mane . #FreeGuwop

Daniel Offner

Daniel Offner is a 28-year-old journalist aspiring to be a go-to source of music, arts and entertainment. Offner is the assistant editor of The Wave Newspaper in Rockaway, N.Y. He has past experience as an editor reporter, freelancer, contributor and columnist for several digital and print media publications around Queens, Long Island and Westchester County. The first album Offner can remember listening to as a child was 'Out of Time' by R.E.M. (1991/WMG) as well as various tracks from artists such as Van Morrison, Depeche Mode, Eric Clapton and the Red Hot Chili Peppers that were sprinkled throughout his days as a youth. A New York native, born and bred, Offner had his first encounter with "The World's Most Famous Arena" before he could even walk. This was what ultimately led Offner became a devout fan of the New York Rangers Hockey Club. His lifelong passion for the sport spans well beyond 1994, when the Rangers brought Lord Stanley's Cup back home to New York for the first time in more than 50 years.

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