Gucci Mane Announces “Woptober 2,” His Second Project in 2019

Gucci Mane performs at the WGCI Summer Jam, Wintrust Arena, Chicago in August. Photo by RMV/Shutterstock (10375348t)

It safe to say that Gucci Mane is keeping himself pretty busy in 2019. Despite releasing his latest studio album Delusions of Grandeur in January, the American rapper already has a new project ready for release.

Mane recently announced on social media that he will be releasing his new mixtape Woptober 2 on October 17th. This will presumably be the sequel to 2016’s mixtape Woptober.

While the rapper hasn’t revealed any track or further details about the album, he did share the cover. Check it out below.

Gucci Mane presented Delusions of Grandeur in January, and the record was met with positive reviews from the critics. It debuted at No.7 on the US Billboard 200 while charting in several other countries of the world including Canada and Australia. The album featured appearances from numerous high-profile music acts including A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Wiz Khalifa, Rick Ross, Meek Mill, Justin Bieber, and many more.

Mane also worked on several other projects this year, including forming the supergroup Gucci Gangs. The group, which consists of him, Lil Pump, and Smokepurpp, performed at Coachella and reportedly might release an EP in the future.