Gucci Mane Announces ‘Woptober’ Early Release, Available For Free
Gucci Mane announces not only that his new album Woptober has come out early, but it’s free for fans to enjoy.
Gucci, the trap rapper from Atlanta, told fans in a series of tweets that he’s “Droppin #Woptober tonite jack!” and to “F-ck wat ya heard!!” He gave more detail about his reasoning by following up with a second tweet:
I jus wanted to show the fans I appreciate them so that's why I dropped #WOPTOBER for free
— Gucci Mane (@gucci1017) October 14, 2016
Mane warned fans that the album will be aggressive, which is understandable considering that he’s been in jail for the past two years for possession of a firearm. He was released on Sept. 20, and Woptober will feature 14 different tracks available for download now in the Apple iTunes store.
The fourth track, “Money Machine,” features Rick Ross. More will be on the way in the near future, as Mane will collaborate with Drake, Zaytoven and Mike WiLL Made-It.