We Are Young Money – Album in Stores December 21st

1. Bedrock (feat. Lloyd)
2. New Shit
3. Pass Me the Dutch
4. Wifebeater
5. Fuck the Bullshit (feat. Birdman)
6. Ms. Parker
7. Target
8. Sacrifice
9. Every Girl
10. She Is Gone (feat. Pleasure P)
11. Girl I Got You
12. Gooder
13. Roger That
14. Steady Mobbin’ (feat. Gucci Mane)

Drake – Seasonal Intuition Mixtape

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01. The Game’s Infiltrator (Intro)
02. I Do This (Feat. Belly)
03. Say Something (Remix) (Feat. Timbaland, Lupe Fiasco)
04. Fed Up (Feat. DJ Khaled, Usher, Young Jeezy, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne)
05. 4 My Town (Feat. Birdman, Lil Wayne) [Extended Version]
06. Money
07. When We Come Around (Feat. Nickelus F)
08. Make It Go (Remix) (Feat. Belly)
09. Hurt (Feat. Dirty Money)
10. Mo Milly (Feat. Birdman, Bun B)
11. Believe It Or Not (Feat. Gucci Mane)
12. Runaway Girl (Feat. Colin Munroe)
13. Scriptures
14. Do What You Do
15. Slow It Down (Feat. Deonte)

Gucci Mane Announces New Album: “The State Vs. Radric Davis”

Gucci Mane.
Gucci Mane.

Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane will be releasing his next album, The State Vs. Radric Davis, on December 8. While his first disc, 2007’s Back To The Traphouse , was distributed through Atlantic Records. The State Vs. Radric Davis will be put out through So Icey/Asylum/Warner Bros.

“Spotlight” will be the album’s first official single, which features R&B singer Usher on the hook and Polow da Don behind the boards. The music video for “Spotlight” has already been shot, with cameos from Young Money’s Nicki Minaj and comedian/actor Eddie Murphy’s daughter Bria Murphy.

While no official track list has been distributed as of yet, it has been rumored that Lil Wayne,  Soulja Boy, and OJ Da Juiceman have been tapped for guest appearances. Contributions from the production side will also include Mannie Fresh, Drumma Boy, and Sean Garrett.

Prior to announcing the release of his second album, Gucci Mane has unleashed four mixtapes in the last month for his fans. Most notable is the DJ Drama-hosted Guccimerica , which features verses from Drake and Mike Bigga (formerly Killer Mike).

Source: HipHopDX