In October, Gucci Mane performed at Howard University's homecoming. While in Washington D.C., Guwop and Zaytoven also stopped by NPR for the station's Tiny Desk concert series.

In the above, ten-minute performance, Gucci rocks some shades, a necklace and a purple tee with his own picture on it while running through tracks like "First Day Out," "Waybach" and "Last Time." Meanwhile, trusty producer Zaytoven plays the piano a few feet to Guwop's right.

In case you missed it, the Trap God just dropped a new song called "Stutter." Gucci’s already dropped two albums since getting out of federal prison in May—Everybody Lookin and Woptoberbut his next one, The Return of East Atlanta Santa, is coming Dec. 16 exclusively on Apple Music.

Mr. Zone Six has also put out two collaborative projects since his release. The hardest working man in rap dropped Free Bricks: Zone 6 Edition with Future and 1017 vs. the World with Lil Uzi Vert. Oddly enough, that Future tape just got taken off SoundCloud over the weekend.

In other Gucci-related news, the 1017 Brick Squad CEO recently proposed to his longtime girlfriend Keyshia Ka'oir. Their wedding date is officially set for, you guessed it: Oct. 17, 2017 (10/17). Wop took to Twitter and posted,  “Our date has been set 10/17/2017 💍 @KeyshiaKaoir."

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