Gucci Mane

Regardless if you like his music or not, one can never question the relentless and unparalleled work ethic of the now thirty-six year old artist, "Radric Delantic Davis", otherwise known as "Gucci Mane". Davis was born on February 12th, 1980 in Atlanta, Georgia and over the last decade has been one of the most productive and consistent Hip-Hop workhorses with his extensive discography that include nine studio albums, eighteen digital albums and forty-nine mixtapes.

Gucci as a child always enjoyed poetry and would begin rapping at the age of 14. It would not be long until he would link up with the MC, "Young Jeezy" to release his first hit song, "So Icy" that was produced by the now superproducer, "Zaytoven". Aside from his numerous mixtapes he consistently has put out over the last 10 years, the release of his first studio album, "Trap House" in 2005 would be the first time Gucci's career would take off as he would go on a run of hit records since then with songs such as, "Freaky Gurl""Pillz" and "Trap House".

Gucci Mane's trouble with the law were both a blessing and curse for him because it allowed him to reevaluate his life and this would give him time to formulate new ideas for his musical output upon each of his releases. This would happen after 2007 with the smash hits, "Bricks", "Wasted" and the legendary song, "Lemonade".

In May 2014, Gucci was locked up for possession of a firearm as a convicted felon and was just recently released earlier this year. With his release he's continued his run of consistently putting out quality music with his highly anticipated album, "Everybody Lookin".

Be sure to check out some of Gucci's most popular songs below and his latest project, "Everybody Lookin"!

Gucci Mane - Lemonade

Gucci Mane - I Think I Love Her

Gucci Mane - Photoshoot

When I got in with Gucci, I wasn’t the biggest fan of Gucci’s music, but I’m a huge fan of his work ethic. And I drew parallels to the way he worked to how I heard Pac worked back in the day. I would wake up in the morning and I’d get a call from Patchwerk, like, “Gucci’s here, he’s ready to work.” A producer would start playing a beat, and five seconds later he’d be like, “Stop. I’m ready to go in.” Eight hours later, five songs completed. That was a typical day for years with Gucci. And the sessions would be crazy. There would be 30-40 people there, but his ability to focus and tune out all of the background noise was just amazing to me.
— Direct Quote from Kori Anders about Gucci Mane

Gucci Mane - Beat It Up

Gucci Mane - Pillz