Guwop won’t stop.
Just one day after being released from federal prison, the indefatigable Gucci Mane debuted his first new track — aptly titled “First Day Out Tha Feds” — on Friday morning.
“I wake up and take a piss / I hear ‘em sharpening knives / My main focus every day is making it out here alive,” he raps on the smooth, slow track. “I take a shower in my boots and go to sleep in my shoes / I just had a nightmare yesterday them killers ran in my room.”
He had hours earlier teased the song, produced by Mike Will Made-It, by tweeting out photos of its handwritten lyrics.
The 36-year-old rapper, born Radric Davis, possibly also hinted in a tweet that he’d be dropping a full mixtape by the same name on Friday at 10:17 p.m.
The prolific artist’s lightning-fast return to music is unsurprising, given the fact he continued releasing mixtapes from prison. Mane’s label, 1017 Records, tweeted on Thursday that the rapper had returned to the studio an hour after being sprung.
“Already today I’m getting just endless thank-you messages from fans all over America, thanking me for their favorite artist coming back into the public,” Mane’s lawyer Drew Findling told the Daily News Thursday. “It’s truly remarkable.”
Mane was released from the Terre Haute, Ind., facility early Thursday morning after serving time on a federal firearms charge, Findling confirmed. The rapper will spend some months on house arrest, then begin probation.
His original exit was slated for Sept. 20, according to prison records, but Findling said his legal team had successfully filed motions to have the rapper’s release date “shortened and corrected” for previous time served.
Mane’s existing three-year state sentence for assaulting a fan at an Atlanta club in 2013 ran concurrently with the 39-month federal sentence he received in 2014 for firearm possession. The state case was satisfied by his federal prison time served.
WHEN YOU HEAR GUCCI MANE OUT OF JAIL ……