When it comes to that real new-age Atlanta-styled hip hop, no one is more influential and well-respected than Gucci Mane. After finishing up a two-year stint in jail for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon back in May, Big Guwop has been on his grind, recently releasing his critically acclaimed album Everybody Looking, his first post-prison project.
Thus far, the Atlanta-based gangster rapper has dropped a number of videos for his latest tracks, including visuals for “First Day Out Tha Feds”, “Gucci Please”, and “Robbed”. Gucci has also appeared in a new advert for the clothing line Supreme, and just recently officially got off of house arrest. Needless to say, things are looking up for Guwop, who has lost a massive amount of weight in jail and has put the pounds back on in the form of his fanbase, which continues to grow.
Now, the reinvigorated Gucci Mane has released a new music video for the banger “All My Children”, a song where the Southern rap king gives a lyrical parental test and proclaims himself the father of all the biggest artists in the new generation of hip hop. The animated video seems fit for an Adult Swim production, and features an animated Gucci watching over his hip hop “children”, which seems to include cartoon versions of Young Thug, Fetty Wap, Lil Yachty, Kodak Black, Quavo, 21 Savage, and others.
Together, Gucci and his hip hop protégées shoot craps, outrun the pigs, and hit the strip club before Gucci tucks them all into bed. The animated video is both hilarious and zany, but also showcases the undeniable influence that Guwop has had on the hiphop game today.