It might be the ideal opportunity for hip-bounce fans to block out the steady convergence of new music and look toward another medium, as one of the current month’s greatest discharges is not a collection but rather a bit of writing – a book that recounts the biography of the one and only Gucci Mane. Composed by Radric Davis himself, with the assistance of Neil Martinez-Belkin, The Autobiography of Gucci Mane is beyond any doubt to be an unrivaled picture of a standout amongst the most imperative figures in present day rap.

Indeed, the book will probably be such a convincing work of true to life that it warrants its own particular intense trailer, which was assembled by famous ATL picture taker Cam Kirk. The trailer indicates pictures from Gucci’s adolescence and from his all the more corpulent days amid the beginnings of 1017 Brick Squad. We likewise observe the mugshot that started his three-year jail stretch, which finished in May 2016.

“I feel like a considerable measure of the errors I made, I can’t commit them errors no more,” Gucci says through the jail telephone. Since leaving the pen, Gucci has totally turned his life around – spurning drugs, getting ready for marriage, and working harder than at any other time. That enlivened hard working attitude has just made four tasks (Everybody Looking, Woptober, The Return of East Atlanta Santa, and Drop Top Wop) that are among his best ever. What’s more, his next album, Mr. Davis, is appropriate around the bend.

Due out on Sept. 15, Mr. Davis will be the ideal backup to The Autobiography of Gucci Mane, which hits retailers on Sept. 19. After such a significant number of misfortunes thus much time served, who could’ve figured Guwop would be the rap hotshot that he is today? “It is one of the best rebound stories ever,” peruses the Simon and Schuster press discharge. This is the genuine story of the beginning of a Trap God.

Pre-order The Autobiography of Gucci Mane via Amazon, and head here to save a duplicate of Mr. Davis, which will feature Migos, The Weeknd, ScHoolboy Q, Nicki Minaj, and then some.