Gucci Mane is gearing up for the release of Everybody Looking, his first full-length since he was released from prison in May. Gucci has already shared two solo singles - "First Day Out Tha Feds" and "All My Children" - and has featured on songs for a variety of artists including Drake, Dreezy, and Kodak Black.
Today, Gucci tweeted out some exciting, and slightly shocking, news. The Atlanta rapper's next single is called "On Me," and it features a verse from Tupac Shakur. The new single was premiered today by DJ Gregg Street on Atlanta's V103 radio station. I feel like Tupac when he made "All Eyez On Me," Gucci raps in the song, which appeared to sample the same synth line as MC Breed's "Ain't No Future In Yo Frontin'."
A representative for Gucci Mane was not immediately available for comment.
Yo @DjGregStreet My Boy Since 1997 Goin In On My New Song ft 2 Pac #OnMe @V103Atlanta https://t.co/kmFCUnMDpl tune innnnn— Gucci Mane (@gucci1017) July 5, 2016
Update ( 7/5/16 9:12 p.m.): Gucci Mane has shared the official audio for "On Me" via World Star Hip Hop. The Tupac verse featured in the song is from the late rapper's Better Dayz track "Fuck 'Em All." Listen to "On Me" below.