(AllHipHop News) Rapper Gucci Mane has revealed details about his new upcoming album The Appeal will be in stores this September.
During an interview with Atlanta’s veteran DJ Greg Street, Gucci Mane stated the album was good representation of where he is at “musically and mentally.”
“I done grown a lot and I think I expressed it really good musically and I just want everybody to hear it and see what they think about it, because I put a lot of time in it and it’s definitely my best foot forward right now.”
In addition to longtime producers Zaytoven, Shawty Redd, Drumma Boy and Fat Boi, the rapper has expanded his circle of producers as well for the album.
The Appeal will include first time collaborations between Gucci Mane, Swizz Beatz, Haitian Presidential candidate Wyclef Jean and Pharrell Williams.
“The new people I did songs I actually made hit record with them,” Gucci calmly explained. “I made six records with Swizz, I made six records with Pharrell. And then I picked the best ones. I think this is a classic.”
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