"Now that Gucci's home, it's over for you Gucci clones."

That much has been apparent since Gucci Mane was freed from Indiana federal prison on May 26 after serving almost three years on a gun possession charge. His first order of business was getting back in the studio with Mike WiLL Made-IT, and out came "First Day Out Tha Feds" less than 24 hours after he was released. The song had a million plays in under a day.

From there, it was on to OVO Sound Radio, where Drake premiered a new collaboration with Guwop called "Back on Road." It features two Gucci verses while Drizzy sticks to the hook, and it signaled a new project not far behind.

Then something really wild happened – Kanye West grabbed Gucci for two parts on his Cruel Winter single "Champions." Soon after that, Guwop popped up on Kodak Black's bouncing "Vibin in This Bih."

Clearly Gucci has a strategy. He's leveraging features with huge artists to get his face in front of new fans, a smart move for a man who's been locked away for a while. But he's also staying close to home, working with Zaytoven, who produced the first single featuring Young Thug from Gucci's upcoming album, and Mike WiLL Made-It, who Gucci helped get his foot in the door.

We've collected all seven songs he's put out or been featured on so far for the first month back in the free world. Take a listen below.

  • "First Day Out Tha Feds"

    Gucci Mane

    Gucci's first track out the feds is a perfect reflection of his mind state - paranoid, pugnacious and standoffish. Mike's subtle production helps heighten the mood.

  • "Back on Road"

    Gucci Mane featuring Drake

    It seemed all but obvious that Six God would connect with the lord from Zone 6, and with production by Murda Beatz it's a cool look for Drake.

  • "Champions"

    Kanye West featuring Quavo, Gucci Mane, Travis Scott, 2 Chainz, Big Sean, Desiigner and Yo Gotti

    This isn't the best production for Guwop but he still kills it over Hollywood production from Kanye, Brian Miller and Mike Dean.

  • "Vibin In This Bih"

    Kodak Black featuring Gucci Mane

    Kodak Black has one of the best tapes of the year, and it's only got two features - Boosie and Gucci. They're both standout verses on the tape, and here these two make for excellent chemistry.

  • "We Gon Ride"

    Dreezy featuring Gucci Mane

    By far the most random of all the collabs here.

  • "All My Children"

    Gucci Mane

    The most recent and magnificent Gucci single of them all is "All My Children," where Gucci rightly talks proudly about how "all of these rappers" are his offspring. He isn't even being negative about it; he's got this sly attitude throughout the song that's just barely out of reach. It's all good though – Wop loves his kids.

  • "Drive Away"

    RiFF RAFF featuring Danny Brown & Gucci Mane

    Have to wonder how much RiFF RAFF paid these two to get on this song.

  • "No Sleep"

    Gucci Mane

    La Flare keeps the ball rolling by releasing the video for the album’s intro “No Sleep.” Directed by Gabriel Hart, the visuals use Gucci’s home as the setting, with friends and collaborators Young Thug and Mike WiLL making cameos as some barely dressed guests have a pillow fight.

  • "Pocket Watchin"

    Peewee Longway featuring Gucci Mane

    Peewee Longway is just one of many Atlanta rappers who were ushered into the game by Gucci Mane. Now that Guwop is home, they’ve reunited over Zaytoven production for the new “Pocket Watchin.”

  • "Guwop Home"

    Gucci Mane featuring Young Thug

    Gucci and Young Thug reunite for this street banger.

  • “Multi Millionaire Laflare”

    Gucci Mane

    Gucci dropped a brand new track called “Multi Millionaire Laflare” produced by Southside.

  • "Now"

    Migos featuring Gucci Mane

    Fresh off their new 3 Way EP, Migos drop “Now” with Gucci Mane.

  • "Touchdown"

    Bricc Baby featuring Gucci Mane and PeeWee Longway

    L.A.’s own Bricc Baby enlists Gucci Mane and PeeWee Longway for his latest cut called “Touchdown.” Bricc, PeeWee and Guwop make each take turns hopping on the Free School beat.

  • "On Me"

    Gucci Mane featuring 2Pac

    Atlanta DJ Greg Street premiered a new Gucci Mane single called “On Me,” and it features none other than 2Pac.

    The track samples the classic bassline from MC Breed’s “No Future in Yo Frontin'” but the ‘Pac verse is from “Fuck ‘Em All” off his posthumous Better Dayz album. Hear the whole thing above.

  • "Lockjaw" (Remix)

    French Montana featuring Kodak Black and Gucci Mane

    It seemed inevitable that Gucci would hop on one of the hottest songs of the year, and his verse doesn't disappoint one bit.

  • "Waybach"

    Gucci Mane

    Mike WiLL and Zaytoven can't miss when they collab on a beat together.

  • "Pussy Print"

    Gucci Mane featuring Kanye West

    You've never heard Yeezy like this before.

  • "Cold Water" (Remix)

    Major Lazer feat. Justin Bieber and MØ

    Gucci goin' pop on us?