Refocused Gucci Mane Releases DropTopWop, Guests on Fifth Harmony & More

Says it's been the best year of his life

May 31, 2017
Gucci Mane reacts with Keyshia Ka'oir after being engaged during a time out during the New Orleans Pelicans and Atlanta Hawks game during the second half at Philips Arena.

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All things considered, it's been a pretty solid 365 days for rapper Gucci Mane. Fresh off the release of his impressive comeback mixtape, DropTopWop, Gucci is popping up everywhere, including in the pop world.

The first post-Camila Cabello single from the pop/R&B girl group, Fifth Harmony, "Down," will feature the Gucci, however that's pretty much all we know for now about the track. That and, according to Fifth Harmony's Instagram account, the single expected to drop on June 2.    

Our new single #DOWN ft. Gucci Mane @laflare1017 coming June Second.

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Gucci can also be heard on Mike WiLL Made-It's Perfect Pint, featuring Rae Sremmurd and Kendrick Lamar (who is also having a pretty good year), UFOs, giant spiders, flying cars, and more.

Called the hottest tape of 2017, the acclaimed collaboration with producer Metro Boomin on DropTopWop comes after Gucci released his equally acclaimed ninth studio album Everybody Looking last summer, just a couple months after being released from prison. The release of DropTopWop one year to the day Gucci Mane was released from prison, and he's called his time in prison a "transformation." His apparent re-focus is evident in everything we've heard from the rapper since his release, and likely the reason he's called this past year the best year of his life. Oh, he's also slated to get married to girlfriend Keyshia Ka'oir this fall. 

Check out the complete DropTopWop tracklist:

  1. "5 Million Intro"
  2. "Tho"
  3. "Hurt a Nigga Feelings"
  4. "Helpless"
  5. "Met Gala" featuring Offset
  6. "Finesse the Plug Interlude"
  7. "Dance with the Devil"
  8. "Both Eyes Closed" featuring 2 Chainz and Young Dolph
  9. "Bucket List"
  10. "Loss 4 Wrdz" featuring Rick Ross