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New Music: Gucci Mane f/ Rick Ross – ‘Respect Me’ (Young Jeezy Diss)

Gucci Mane and Rick Ross

Gucci Mane and Rick Ross can agree on one thing: their dislike for Young Jeezy. The rappers take thinly-veiled shots at the Snowman on their newly released diss track “Respect Me.”

“Ain’t no way in hell I’ma let you disrespect me,” raps Gucci on the cut off Trap-A-Holics and DJ Cash Crook’s mixtape Large On Da Streets 28.

“Mad I’m fu**ing your wifey,” Gucci alleges, while Rozay takes his own digs. “I push a button and them killers comin’/ Disrespect me, ni**as get nothin’.”

Jeezy called Gucci “retarded” in a previous interview, to which Gucci responded with his own diss “Truth.” Ross and Jeezy made headlines with their backstage brawl at the BET Hip Hop Awards earlier this month.

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New Music: Gucci Mane – ‘Trap God’ [Mixtape]

Trap God

Gucci Mane caused an uproar by beefing with Young Jeezy and pissing off Keyshia Cole in the past week. Now that he’s back in the spotlight, the Southern MC seizes the moment by dropping his mixtape Trap God.

The 20 tracks boast appearances from Rick Ross, Meek Mill, Waka Flocka Flame, T-Pain, Birdman, Kevin McCall, and more, with production by Lex Luger, Zaytoven, Shawty Redd, Mike WiLL Made It, and Detail.

In honor of the release, Gucci has declared today a holiday. “10/17/12 is a Trap Holiday. All Traps will be closed,” he said.

“I feel like this was a rebuilding year for me, and my whole record label,” he added. “This is the year I’m gonna power myself up and build my war chest, and regroup for next year.”

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Keyshia Cole Fires Back at Gucci Mane Over Jeezy Diss Track

Keyshia Cole and Gucci Mane

Keyshia Cole was inadvertently dragged into Gucci Mane and Young Jeezy’s beef and now the singer is publicly denying Gucci’s allegations that she was romantically involved with Diddy.

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Video: Gucci Mane – ‘Truth’ (Young Jeezy Diss)

Young Jeezy and Gucci Mane

Gucci Mane doesn’t take well to being called “retarded.” Only hours after Young Jeezy dissed the Brick Squad rapper during a radio interview, Gucci ran to the studio to record a diss track aimed at the Snowman.

“I’m a big dawg, he got the little boy complex/ Go dig your partner up player, bet he can’t say shit,” raps Gucci, adding, “For the record, this is not a diss record. Just the truth.”

He also invited Jeezy to his Trap God mixtape release party so they could settle their differences. “What up I would like to invite Young Jeezy & any other sucker to my TRAPGOD release party at DOA 10/17 We can address any unresolved issue,” he tweeted. “I Radric Davis aka Guwap bet 100K I can and will beat Jeezy ass #JUSTTRUTHS.”

Your move, Snow.

UPDATE: Gucci Mane has already released a video to accompany the song.

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Young Jeezy Addresses Rick Ross Fight, Calls Gucci Mane ‘Retarded’

Rick Ross and Young Jeezy

Young Jeezy is not mincing words when it comes to the controversy surrounding him. Fresh off the release of his new song “Get Right,” the Snowman sat down with Power 106′s “Big Boy’s Neighborhood” to clear the air on his backstage brawl with Rick Ross at the 2012 BET Hip Hop Awards as well as shots fired at him by Gucci Mane.

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Video: DJ Scream f/ 2 Chainz, Future, Waka Flocka Flame, Yo Gotti, & Gucci Mane – ‘Hoodrich Anthem’

DJ Scream and 2 Chainz

From mixtapes to his own album, Maybach Music’s DJ Scream rounds up a slew of hip-hop heavyweights—2 Chainz, Future, Waka Flocka Flame, Yo Gotti, and Gucci Mane—for an ode to the block in “Hoodrich Anthem.” The video, from Scream’s official debut Long Live the Hustle (due Nov. 20), visits each rapper in individual performance shots. Head to the trap with ATL’s finest.

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Tracklisting: Gucci Mane – ‘Trap God’

Trap God

From Rick Ross to Lex Luger, Gucci Mane recruits a who’s who of southern rappers and producers for his upcoming Trap God, releasing the mixtape’s tracklisting today.

The project is hefty, with 20 tracks, and showcases established names like Meek Mill and Waka Flocka Flame as well as relative newcomers such as Trae Tha Truth and Verse Simmonds. Trap God will bring the burrrr to the fall when it drops on October 17.

See the tracklisting and production credits below.

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