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EDITORS’ NOTES

Since his release from prison in 2016, Gucci Mane has worked tirelessly to reengage the fan base he built via his sizable mixtape catalog. The front end of his career is defined by his conquering of Southern street rap during a time that will likely be considered the genre's golden age. Mr. Davis, Gucci’s third album in 12 months, finds the rapper hitting his stride once again, recording over uniquely bombastic backdrops from longtime collaborators Mike WiLL Made-It and Zaytoven. Featured guests like Rae Sremmurd, Big Sean, and ScHoolboy Q turn in inspired verses, clearly relishing the chance to rap alongside one of their influences.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Since his release from prison in 2016, Gucci Mane has worked tirelessly to reengage the fan base he built via his sizable mixtape catalog. The front end of his career is defined by his conquering of Southern street rap during a time that will likely be considered the genre's golden age. Mr. Davis, Gucci’s third album in 12 months, finds the rapper hitting his stride once again, recording over uniquely bombastic backdrops from longtime collaborators Mike WiLL Made-It and Zaytoven. Featured guests like Rae Sremmurd, Big Sean, and ScHoolboy Q turn in inspired verses, clearly relishing the chance to rap alongside one of their influences.

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