Gucci Mane Shares Trailer for 'The Autobiography of Gucci Mane'

Gucci Mane, 2017
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Gucci Mane performs on stage on Day 6 of Roskilde Festival on June 29, 2017 in Roskilde, Denmark.

Since his prison release, Gucci Mane has been quite productive. With the release of his autobiography -- and eleventh studio album Mr. Davis -- approaching, Guwop recently dropped off the trailer for his highly-anticipated book, which captures his evolution from his humble beginnings to Atlanta rap star. 

The "I Get A Bag" rapper enlisted Cam Kirk to directed the short montage, opening with a video of the rapper performing in front of hundreds of fans. The clip is soundtracked by a grandiose melody as the camera hovers over the Skyview Atlanta Ferris wheel. A string of Gucci's family photos follow -- from baby pictures to adult snaps -- leading into a behind-the-scenes look at studio sessions and life before his prison stint in 2013. 

"I feel like a lot of mistakes I made, I can't make them mistakes no more," the rapper says in a muffled audio clip inserted midway through the trailer. "I got closure on a lot of things. Man, I got to let that shit go." A choir is then heard singing "Gucci" as the visual ends with rapper flaunting his jewelry pieces, showing that the once imprisoned rap star has clearly enjoyed the fruits of his labor. 

Ahead of the autobiography's release, Guwop will unleash his eleventh studio album, Mr. Davis, packed with features from The Weeknd, Ty Dolla $ign, Monica, Chris Brown and more. 

Watch the trailer for The Autobiography of Gucci Mane below.