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Gucci Mane Sons the Rap Game with "All My Children"

“All of these rappers are all my children.”

by Adrian Nuñez

Ever since being released from prison, the new and improved Gucci Mane has been on a relentless tear. Amongst his many guest verses, he dropped some serious bars on a Kanye posse cut, released a collaboration with Drake, and hit hard with his post-release track “First Day Out tha Feds”. Guwop’s Snapchat has also been incredibly lit. We’ve seen a bevy of Gucci collaborators working on new music and shooting music videos at his estate, his very first performances back in Atlanta, and the rapper even addressed the rumors of him being a clone.

Gucci’s work ethic is part of what makes him so prolific. As such, he just released his new Drumma Boy-produced track, “All My Children”. As the title indicates, Guwop sons the entire rap game by proclaiming “All of these rappers are all my children.” The track sees Gucci return true to form, not like all these Gucci clones.

You can purchase “All My Children” via iTunes right now. A stream of the track is available via Gucci’s YouTube. Listen to it below.


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Adrian Nuñez is a writer from New Jersey who has contributed work on the topics of music, fashion, and general dope shit for publications like Mass Appeal, Esquire, and Sole Collector.



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