Gucci Mane Details The Making Of ‘Everbody Looking’ In New Mini-Documentary

blame it on Patrick Glynn August 18, 2016

“I’m a person that can’t be imitated.”

Now that “Guwop Home” and his latest album, Everybody Looking, has been in rotation for over a month now, Spotify entered Gucci Mane’s home to go behind-the-scenes on how the album was made so soon after his prison release.

The interviewer somewhat jokingly asked if Gucci was a clone, to which he eventually answered to the joke running rampant on the Internet: “Either embrace me or find somebody else to like.” He also took the streaming service around different studios in his home, where he had lyrics from prison and post-prison lining the walls.

Mike WiLL Made It — who produced most of the album with Zaytoven — talked about how Gucci is a changed person, from his look to his mentality on life, too.

Watch the mini-documentary, titled Guwop Home: Gucci Mane & the Making of Everybody Looking, below.