Gucci Mane has a lot of catching up to do since his release from prison, some of which includes shopping online, practicing piano, singing Prince covers, and recording new music at his home studio and just “livin’ the life.”
We know this because of a new ad Guwop just dropped for Supreme that was helmed by his Spring Breakers director Harmony Korine. The minute-long ad includes scenes of Gucci singing along to Prince’s “1999,” explaining that he doesn’t shop, but just “hit the button” to get his gear and hopping in the studio to seemingly work on fresh tracks.
Gucci follows in a storied tradition of big names in Supreme ads, a list that includes Lady Gaga, Mike Tyson, Lour Reed and Kermit the Frog.
In addition to his new track featuring 2Pac, “On Me” and his “First Day Out Tha Feds” video, Gucci is planning to release his first post-prison album, Everybody Looking on July 22 and host a star-studded “Gucci Mane & Friends” show at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta that night.