Since his release from prison in late May, Gucci Mane has been at the center of the rap game, receiving guest spots on tracks from Kanye West and Drake and linking up Young Thug, Zaytoven and more as he preps for his first album in five years. With lead single "All My Children," Gucci's Everybody Looking received a a July 22 release date just last week, and it was revealed today that the album was recorded over a six day period.

This past Friday (June 24) news came out that Zaytoven and Mike Will Made-It were producing a bulk of the new album but today it was shared that Drumma Boy, who produced "All My Children," will receive credits as well. In conjunction with the album release, Gucci is scheduled to to deliver his first full-scale performance at Atlanta's Fox Theater. "Gucci & Friends" will take the stage on July 22 and Guwop's recent collaborators are any indication his "friends" could be a who's who of the rap world. For more information on the concert event, visit the Fox Theater's official site.

For a more complete picture of all the music Gucci has released since leaving prison, visit XXL's list, which includes "First Day Out Tha Feds" and his Kodak Black collab "Vibin in This Bih." Considering Gucci's extended absence from the game, it's only right that he return with such force and to such fanfare, and if the current momentum he's created is any sign, he will continue through the release of Everybody Looking with even more drops.

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