Gucci Mane Plans To Drop Two Albums In 2K10, Taps Young Jeezy For 'Heavy' Remix
Barely a week after the release of his latest album (The State vs. Radric Davis), Gucci Mane is already talking about his future projects.
The jailed rapper recently revealed to MTV that he plans to drop two albums after his release from jail next year.
"I got an album coming out April 2010," Gucci said. "It's called The State vs. Radric Davis: The Appeal," he said. "Seventeen tracks. It's already recorded, getting mixed and mastered as we speak. I'm dropping a trilogy with The State vs. Radric Davis. When I get out, I'll be working on the third part to the trilogy. The final [will be called] The State vs. Radric Davis: The Verdict. That'll be [in stores] December of 2010."
Gucci also revealed that his former foe Young Jeezy will be appearing on the remix of his latest single "Heavy".
"We already recorded two songs," Gucci explained. "One song was the 'Trap or Die 2' remix – I jumped on there for him and he did a verse for my song 'Heavy' with Shawty Redd on the beat. We just haven't released it yet."
Gucci is currently serving time for violating his probation last month. He is expected to be released early 2010.