Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane is not taking any days off this summer and has announced plans to drop three underground projects all on the same day.
Barring any setbacks, Mane will see his Molly, Lean and Gas mixtapes arrive in mid-August.
Gucci Mane has no chill at all folks. On August 13th, he will release 3 mixtapes as part of the World War 3 brand. His artist Pee Wee Longway will also drop his new tape on the same day. Brick Squad monopoly. (HHNM)
To up the ante, Gucci will have each project put together by different producers.
The Bricksquad rapper tweeted an image of the three covers, along with an additional cover for a project by PeeWee Longway, dropping on the same day, August 13th. The three mixtapes each have a different producer, Molly is with Metro Boomin, Lean is with frequent collaborator Zaytoven and Gas is with TM88. (Hot New Hip Hop)
No stranger to dropping multiple releases on the same day, the rapper pulled off a similar stunt back in 2009.
Late last night, Southern rap’s standing king Gucci Mane announced that he would be dropping three new mixtapes on August 13. The release of the tapes, all part of the World War 3 series, will mark the second time Gucci’s put out three new tapes in a day–on October 17, 2009, Gucci put out his Cold War trilogy with help from DJ Holiday and DJ Drama. Now, since there’s going to be a lot of music to digest on August 13, we decided to give you a brief preview of what to expect from the World War 3 series. (XXL Mag)
Along with these releases, Mane is also putting together an upcoming Brick Squad compilation album.
“[Waka Flocka Flame‘ll] definitely be on the album, just because we’ve recorded so much material to date that we were planning to put on the Brick Squad album anyway. So no matter if we work things out or not, whether he drops his next album on 1017 Brick Squad or Brick Squad Monopoly or however the situation works out, he definitely will be on the Brick Squad album. Those songs are already recorded. And we’re gonna push forward and try to let him drop the next three albums that he’s contracted to drop on my label. Cause at the end of the day it’s still business. I pride myself on being a great businessman and I think he’ll honor what he committed to and we’ll push forward.” (The FADER)