Gucci Mane might be locked up right now, but he’s been more on top of putting out new music projects than anyone else in the game right now.
Following the release of his Mr. Clean The Middle Man album from earlier this month, the “Lemonade” rapper dropped three brand new albums for fans last night: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.
All three projects have a total of 33 tracks, and guest features from names such as Waka Flocka Flame, Chief Keef, ILOVEMAKONNEN, Trinidad Jame$, Quavo of Migos, and Andy Milonakis.
While you can purchase the three albums on iTunes right now, you can also stream them below. Take a listen.
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1. Max B
Crime: Max B's promising career was cut short in 2007 when a robbery he helped plan out, but didn't physically commit, went wrong, ending with a man being shot to death. Sentence: The Harlem rapper, who had been in prison before, was sentenced to 75 years.
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2. G. Dep
Crime: In 2012, G. Dep confessed to the police that he killed a man during a botched robbery back in 1993. The rapper confessed, he claims, because he was haunted by his actions. Sentence: G. Dep was sentenced to 15 years in prison in 2012.
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3. Beanie Sigel
Crime: Beans has been in and out of prison for the last decade. Last year, he went back in after he pleaded guilty to drug possession. Sentence: The rapper was sentenced to six to 23 months. That time runs concurrently with his two year tax income sentence.
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4. Bump J
Crime: In 2008, Original Chicago gangsta rapper Bump J was facing 20 years in prison for robbing a bank in his city. Sentence: In 2009, Bump took a plea deal. He got sentenced to 10 years in federal prison.
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5. Tru Life
Crime: Tru Life once had such promise. The Lower East Side rapper was signed to Jay Z's Roc-A-Fella records. Then everything changed in 2009, when Tru and his brother were arrested for stabbing a man to death. Sentence: Two years later, Tru would take a plea deal, copping to gang assault in the second degree. He was sentenced to 10 years in prison.
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6. Remy Ma
Crime: After getting into an argument with a friend over money, rapper Remy Ma pulled out a pistol and shot the woman in the stomach in 2007. Sentence: She was sentenced to eight years in prison in 2008. Remy has been in for six years, but husband and fellow rapper Papoose revealed that she should be home this summer.
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Crime: B.G. has been and out the system for most of his adult life. Things really came down on him in the summer of 2012, when he caught a gun charge. Sentence: Because of his priors, the rapper was sentenced to 14 years in prison.