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Gucci Mane Says He Won’t Be Leaving Atlantic Records To Go Independent After ‘So Icy Summer’ Album is Released on July 3; Apologizes To Them After Saying They’re Crackers That Are “Polite Racists”

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

Gucci Mane is set to release his first project of 2020 on July 3 with his ‘So Icy Summer‘ album. He revealed the tracklist on Wednesday as it will have a very lengthy 24 songs with features from 21 Savage, Young Nudy, Future, Lil Baby Young Thug, 1017 artists such as Pooh Shiesty, Foogiano, and So Icy Girlz. It’s led by the singles “Both Sides” feat. Lil Baby and “Still Remember” feat. Pooh Shiesty.

The East Atlanta rapper has also been discussing the possibility of leaving Atlantic Records over the past month. He ended up calling them crackers that are “polite racists.” He also thought about simply being independent after the departure as well.

Now, it appears that Gucci has had a change of heart. On Wednesday, he revealed that he will not be going independent but respects the artists who do go that route. He also apologized to Atlantic for his “rude harsh language” and that he’ll do better. He concluded with the #1017/Atlantic hashtag.

Everyone definitely wonders what Atlantic said to repair their relationship with Gucci. In the end, they retained one of their biggest stars. Check out Gucci’s apology below along with the full tracklist for So Icy Summer.

 

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