Radric Davis, who goes by the stage name “Gucci Mane,” was born on February 2, 1980 in Birmingham, Alabama, but moved to East Atlanta Georgia; Zone 6. Radric chose his stage-name “Gucci mane” based off his father’s nickname “Gucci Man,” who was a hustler. He had been living with a single mother and first began recording music at the young age of fourteen years. Though Gucci had really loved to write poetry at a young age, he had gotten especially excited and passionate about creating rap music after seeing artists like Big Daddy Kane achieve success.

He formerly worked with Big Cat Records who provided him with studio time and helped release his records. Big Cat discovered Gucci while they were doing time in jail together. Gucci let loose a crazy freestyle and Big Cat understood that he had a lot of talent. They started by promoting his single “Black Tee,” which garnered Gucci a lot of attention from radio stations and club DJ’s.

He even got a lot of calls from record labels hoping to sign him. Even though Radric “Gucci Mane” Davis has parted with Big Cat, he still respects the studio time, hustle, and stardom that was achieved together. Since moving on from Big Cat Records, Gucci has developed his own lineup of artists affiliated with his self-established “So Icey Entertainment” label that include: OJ Da Juiceman, Zaytoven, Wooh Da Kid, Frenchie, Waka Flocka Flame, and Chilla Pertilla.

Gucci has not had an easy time staying free of legal trouble throughout his rap career. On the date of May 10, 2005, men tried to attack Gucci and steal his trademark So Icey chain. The men trying to steal Gucci’s chain were quickly shot at by Gucci’s clique out of self-defense. It only took a few short days before people found out that there was an arrest warrant that had been issued for Gucci Mane.

Gucci Mane ended up turning himself into police investigators on May 19, 2005. Around the date of December 30, 2005, police let people know that there was not enough evidence to form a case against Gucci for a murder charge. Gucci Mane was however not done with his legal trouble. Shortly thereafter, he was arrested for possession of marijuana and having an unlicensed gun on the exact day before that his debut album “Trap House” was scheduled to be released.

The police department of Georgia dropped the charges against Gucci Mane in January 2006 because they didn’t have solid evidence to prove him guilty. He left prison that same month on charges that were unrelated. A couple years later on July 23, 2008, Gucci was pulled over by officers just outside of the Atlanta area during a scheduled traffic stop. The police found that marijuana was in his car and he faced the drug charges.

On September 14, 2008, Gucci faced on year in jail because he violated the terms of his probation. After the violation of probation, he did time for over one year in jail. The police reported that Gucci did not do enough community service to get himself out of the situation. In 2009, Gucci Mane was finally released from jail after what seemed to be too long of a wait for his fans. Ever since getting freed, Gucci Mane has collaborated with superstar musicians like Mario, Mariah Carey, and Lil Wayne. He has also released the mixtape “Writing On The Wall” with his in-house So Icey Entertainment producer, Zaytoven.

As of 2009, Gucci Mane is preparing to release a new album for his fans. His mixtape buzz actually grew during the recent year that he spent in jail for the probation violation. He is set to be releasing a new mixtape called “Guccitendo” as well as another official mixtape called “Guccimania” which will have some of his hottest singles. He is currently affiliated and signed with Warner Bros. Records and is promoting his “So Icey Entertainment” label as well. Due to the fact that Gucci Mane has a work-ethic that is unparalleled right now in the game, he will continue to gain popularity and appeal to a wider range of audiences.

Gucci Mane is back with the “Writing On The Wall 2 mixtape” that he promised the fans with DJ Holiday if you follow them on Twitter.  A lot of people have been highly anticipating this release and it was a relief to know that he’s finally out of jail again.  Everybody is hoping that he keeps his head high and shares the struggle that he’s been through while making good music for the people.  The homie Waka Flocka Flame has been really anticipating Gucci getting free so that they can make a big push for their Ferrari Boyz album which is on deck at the moment and scheduled to be released August 2nd according to the “Gucci Talk” track on this mixtape – he says it will be “in stores!”

Gucci Mane – Writing On The Wall 2 Artwork (Official)

Gucci Mane – Writing On The Wall 2 Track Listing (Official)

01. Gucci Mane – WOTW 2 (Intro) (1:28)
02. Gucci Mane – Tragedy [Prod. By Lex Luger] (4:05)
03. Gucci Mane – Hard On A Bitch (Feat. Chill Will) [Prod. By Fat Boy] (3:51)
04. Gucci Mane – Lil Friends [Prod. By Lex Luger] (4:02)
05. Gucci Mane – Camera Ready [Prod. By Fat Boy] (3:34)
06. Gucci Mane – Psycho (Feat. YC & YG Hootie) [Prod. By Southside] (3:55)
07. Gucci Mane – Brrrr (Supa Cold) [Prod. By Fat Boy] (3:06)
08. Gucci Mane – Gucci Talk (1:15)
09. Gucci Mane – Translation (Feat. Cartel & Yo Gotti) [Prod. By Drumma Boy] (3:57)
10. Gucci Mane – Tax Free [Prod. By Drumma Boy] (3:11)
11. Gucci Mane – Scotty [Prod. By Knucklehead] (4:15)
12. Gucci Mane – Play Your Cards (Feat. YC) [Prod. By Shawty Redd] (3:40)
13. Gucci Mane – Guilty (Feat. Young Buck) [Prod. By Drumma Boy] (3:05)
14. Gucci Mane – Two Dope Boys (Feat. Chill Will) [Prod. By Zaytoven] (3:21)
15. Gucci Mane – Too Turnt Up (Feat. Yelawolf) [Prod. By Drumma Boy] (3:19)
16. Gucci Mane – MVP (Feat. Jagged Edge) [Prod. By Drumma Boy] (4:16)
17. Gucci Mane – Major (Feat. Wooh Da Kid) [Prod. By Southside] (3:40)
18. Gucci Mane – Recently (Feat. 50 Cent) [Prod. By Drumma Boy] (2:37)
19. Gucci Mane – Yesterday (Bonus) [Prod. By Drumma Boy] (7:43)

Gucci Mane – Cleopatra Video (Official)

Above is the video for his track “Cleopatra” brought to you by Propane Media, Raw Report, Hood Affairs, etc. and was looked like it was filmed in Milwaukee, Wisconsin at Club 6I8.  This video is amazing and the instrumental is absolutely crazy, I don’t know about you, but after hearing this track alone, you’ll probably have this tape on repeat for a long time.  Keep checking for video updates, but in the meantime, go out and download a copy of this mixtape as soon as possible!

You’ve Been Waiting Since the Mixtape was Announced on Twitter

All of the Gucci Mane fans were notified awhile back on Twitter about the “Writing on the Wall 2 release.”  Anyways, here it is and it’s got a ton of really dope features.  Also in the meantime, Waka Flocka’s Du Flocka Rant mixtape was released as well as OJ Da Juiceman’s Cook Muzik mixtape.  In other words, 1017 Brick Squad has been taking over the game.  Additionally, there were some Ferrari Boyz promo videos that were released to help keep the fans hyped and ready for more material.

Download Gucci Mane’s Writing On The Wall 2 Mixtape

Now that you know that the mixtape has been released, go out and get yourself a download of this tape.  He made it for the fans and it’s floating around online at tons of different websites.  Some of the best websites to check for new mixtapes include LiveMixtapes and Datpiff.  I think that LiveMixtapes usually has better quality and they always come through with the official version, so that would be the place to go if you want to get this latest tape from Gucci Mane La Flare.  Glad he’s free, glad he’s back to making music, nothing but support from over here: BURRRRR!  NOTE: The link below is not from this website, it is hosted by LiveMixtapes.com.

DOWNLOAD: Gucci Mane – Writing On The Wall 2 Mixtape

In a recent tweet on June 9th, Gucci Mane tweeted that “Writing on The Wall Pt. 2” is coming soon with the homie DJ Holiday a.k.a. Holiday Season.  If you’re a fan, you already know that it’s going to be another classic and is going to be filled with hot tracks while the finishing touches are put on the Ferrari Boyz project.  In the meantime, a lot of fans have been asking about the track in the Ferrari Boyz promo video that leaked because they really want that song…

Gucci’s Tweet about Writing on the Wall 2 Mixtape Coming Soon!

The preview track from that promo video clearly indicates that it’s going to be a banger.  With that said, if “Writing on the Wall Part 2″ is anything like Part 1, the fans are going to be in for a treat (like an ice cream cone) BURRR! In the meantime, you know that OJ Da Juice is holing it down with his Cook Muzik mixtape (which you need to peep if you haven’t yet and the grinding 24-8-no days off Waka Flocka Flame has that DuFlocka Rant Vol. 1 mixtape blazin up the streets, internet, message boards, all that right now; it’s a takeover and it’s been a takeover.

Anyways, the fact that there is going to be a follow up to the original Writing On The Wall mixtape has a ton of people amped.  We will be sure to document the latest in the Gucci Mane mixtapes section of the site when it drops as well as make an individual post to let all of the fans know what’s good!  In the meantime, be sure to follow him on twitter and stay updated with his latest tweets.  It will be interesting to find out how many 1017 Brick Squad members are on the tape or whether there are any other features.  Remember, the first WOTW had tracks like “She Got A Friend” with Juelz Santana and even included his single “Wasted” with Plies.

Then there was material like “First Day Out” which really represented how he felt to finally get released from the Fulton County jail.  There were also tracks like “Hurry,” “Going In,” “Gucci Montana,” and more.  Everybody is looking forward to this project and hearing some new age Gucci classics.  So get ready, Mr. Zone 6 is going to be going H.A.M. on this tape as always.

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