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All Praise Guwop. Gucci Mane's Back with a New Track from Droptop Wop.

All Praise Guwop. Gucci Mane's Back with a New Track from Droptop Wop.

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It's holiday season y'all. The East Atlanta Santa is spitting fire from his ice cream tattooed face once again.

It's Gucci. 

Tattoodo are big fans of conspiracy theories, but one that we've never backed is the Gucci 2.0 "clone" theory. Let's nip that in the ass right now. The Trap God is not a fucking government clone. He did some time, spent his days lifting weights in the yard, and came out looking cut. He still has a fucking ice cream cone tattooed on his face. Don't disrespect Mr. Zone 6 or someone is going to have to put a hole in your motherfuckin' snapback. 

Post-prison life has treated the East Atlanta Santa very well. Black Beatles was arguably the biggest track of 2016, spending an inordinate amount of time gracing the airwaves and sitting atop the Billboard Top 100. 

Return of the East Atlanta Santa, his last mixtape, was definitely fire, but what we've heard from Droptop Wop is fucking fuego. With production by Metro Boomin, and features from Offset, 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, Young Dolph and more, you can be pretty confident that there will be straight bangers front to back on this thing.

Look, we're not a fucking music publication. We're not going to write a bunch of other words that try to encourage you to listen to Atlanta's most treasured artist. You either love Gucci, or you have terrible fucking taste. If it's the former, we fuck with you. If it's the latter, go throw on Twenty One Pilots or whatever milquetoast trash you're into. 

To celebrate people we truly fuck with, we've compiled a selection of several dope tattoos that honor the one true god, Gucci Mane Laflare. Please enjoy. 

Written byTattoodo

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