Gucci Mane to Celebrate One-Year Anniversary of Prison Release with New Project 'Drop Top Wop'

Meredith Jenks

Gucci Mane photographed on Nov. 8 at Diamond Horseshoe in New York. 

May 26th will mark the one-year anniversary since Gucci Mane's release from prison. To celebrate the occasion, the Atlanta rapper will be releasing his new project Drop Top Wop on Friday. 

"May 26 last year I walked outta prison! May 26 this year I'm dropping#DropTopWOP," Guwop wrote on Instagram (May 24) alongside a handwritten version of the track list for the follow-up to 2016's Everybody Looking, Woptober and The Return of East Atlanta Santa. 

The mixtape, produced by Metro Boomin and executive produced by "Gucci Boomin," will carry 10 tracks with lyrical assists from Migos' Offset, Rick Ross, 2 Chainz and Young Dolph. 

As a bonus, Mane also released the flossy "Hurt Feelings" visual, which takes place at a strip club. 

View the tracklist for Drop Top Wop below.


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