Published Nov 15, 2016Gucci Mane has been sitting pretty atop the charts on Rae Sremmurd's "Black Beatles" and just hopped on a remix of Common's "Black America Again" with Pusha T, while Future's been spending most of his year on the road with best bud and frequent collaborator Drake. The two rappers nevertheless still found time to team up and put together a new mixtape dubbed Free Bricks 2: Zone 6 Edition, which made its way online late last night (November 14).
The six-track offering was recorded just the night before, with Gucci telling Miss Info, "Last night [November 13], me and Future met up in Atlanta. We ditched our entourages, we didn't book my usual studio, or his usual studio…it's like we knew we wanted to fly under the radar."
Speaking about his working relationship with Future, he added:
There was like this positive competition in the room. I'd hear him go in on a verse, and I knew I had to step up. He would say, the same back, and we knocked out six songs so crazy that I knew we couldn't just sit on it. We talked about recording some more, adding more songs. But I didn't want to over think it or over plan things. Even Future didn't think we were dropping this tonight. This is the freshest it can get. These joints ain't even 24 hours old. That's like bringing you in the studio with us.
Gucci and Future previously released the aptly titled prequel Free Bricks back in 2011. The freshly served follow-up features production from Metro Boomin, Southside and Zaytoven.
Amongst the new cuts are tracks titled "Selling Heroin," "Die a Gangsta" and "Kind a Dope." Listen to the full set down below.