Gucci Mane’s ‘Woptober II’ is full of bangers

The rapper’s 15th studio LP is out today.

Gucci Mane’s 15th studio album, Woptober II, is out now.

The album is the second studio full-length he’s released this year, following June’s Delusions of Grandeur. On his newest record, the Atlanta legend teams up with a slew of rappers including Migos’ Quavo and Takeoff, Kevin Gates, Kodak Black, OJ Da Juiceman, Yung Mal and Peewee Longway.

The banger-filled LP kicks open with his previously released single “Richer Than Errybody” featuring DaBaby and YoungBoy Never Broke Again, and is followed by the Megan Thee Stallion-assisted “Big Booty.” Closing out the 13-song album is “Break Bread,” an explicit trap number that recounts La Flare’s intimate night with his lover. “If you scared, tap out and holla, ‘Red rock’ / I slang Fred Flintstone, I make the bed rock / Drippin’ wet, Versace sheets, she left a wet spot,” he boasts.


Woptober II is the sequel to Guwop’s 2016 album Woptober. Listen to it in full below:

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