By the end of this year, Gucci Mane will have gotten out of prison a handful of months early and jumpstarted the reboot of his career with three albums: Everybody Looking, Woptober and the upcoming The Return Of East Atlanta Santa.
He’ll also have worked on producing a movie called The Spot, which is slated for an online release in November.
Next year plans to be an even bigger 12 months for Gucci, as he detailed his plans for 2017 on Twitter.
He said he is dropping three more albums (and, let’s be real — it’ll probably be more than that), a book and a tour, which I’m sure he’ll be able to go on once he gets a couple more legal issues solved.
One of the albums may wind up being his collaborative project with Drake, which Zaytoven has confirmed on multiple occasions is real and happening. Last month, it was confirmed by The FADER Gucci has a book deal to submit a memoir of his life, too.
The La Flaraissaince is in full effect.
By the end of 2016 I will have dropped 3 albums and produced my first movie “The Spot”. 2017 My first tour, My first book and 3 more albums!
— Gucci Mane (@gucci1017) October 24, 2016
UPDATE: Obviously, Gucci couldn’t just share news without giving us a new song or video. Revisiting Woptober, La Flare hits the strip club with 2 Chainz, Meek Mill, and Young Thug in the video for “Aggressive” below.