Gucci Mane’s WOPTOBER Album Is Here

Guwop’s second post-prison project drops a few days early.

October 13, 2016

WOPTOBER is here and there's a lot to be excited about. Leading up to the release, Gucci Mane has rolled out a handful of singles from the project, from the Young Dolph-assisted "Bling Blaww Burr," the poolside visuals for his Rick Ross collab "Money Machine," and most recently, the Zaytoven-produced "Icy Lil Bitch."


The album is available a few days before its original 10/17 release date, and Gucci took to Twitter to explain that the early arrival is because he "wanted to show fans I appreciate them." On first scan, it feels like one that won't disappoint the fans in question. It's covers a pretty broad swath of things Guwop does well, with the bulk of production duties handled by Metro, Zaytoven, and London on da Track.

Listen to WOPTOBER now via iTunes.

Read Gucci Mane's FADER cover story here.

Gucci Mane’s WOPTOBER Album Is Here