Gucci Mane has dropped his 17th full-length project, Ice Daddy.
The album was released on June 18—just before Father’s Day. Fittingly, the cover features a photo of Gucci and his wife Keyshia Ka’oir’s son, Ice Davis. Gucci also credited Ice as an executive producer on the album—much like how DJ Khaled previously appointed his son executive producer on his own 2017 LP Grateful.
The stacked 17-track record includes numerous guest appearances, including features from Lil Uzi Vert, 2 Chainz, Pooh Shiesty, Sir Mix-A-Lot, and Lil Baby.
Gucci also dropped a music video for an album cut, “Posse On Bouldercrest,” which enlists Sir Mix-A-Lot and Pooh Shiesty. The visual depicts Gucci and his squad partying in East Atlanta, with cash and Rolls Royces galore.
After resolving a dispute with his label Atlantic Records in 2020 where he slammed them as “polite racist,” Gucci has been busy running his affiliated label The New 1017 over the past year.
Last July, the label dropped a 24-song compilation, So Icy Summer. He then put out another compilation in October, So Icy Gang, Vol 1, which featured the likes of Pooh Shiesty, Foogiano, and the recently rechristened Latto. The Atlanta rapper’s last solo release was 2019’s Woptober II.
Listen to Ice Daddy here:
And watch the video for “Posse On Bouldercrest” here: