Chief Keef and Gucci Mane are finalizing production on their upcoming joint album “Big Gucci Sosa.”
Sosa took to IG to announce he and the incarcerated rapper somehow managed to record 11 new songs.
“Me and Wop did 11 songs last night Added to my 10 More I recorded solo! But background music ‘Paper’ me and Wop,” the caption on Sosa’s IG read.
Sosa teased a snippet of his upcoming single “Paper” with Guwop.
Sosa and Gucci’s joint project was set to drop Sept. 27, but it has since been pushed back.
“Sept 27 Gucci Mane x Cheif Keef #BigGucciSossa,” a rep wrote on Gucci’s Twitter account.
Sosa announced the collaborative project months ago.
“BigGucciSosa’ mixtape coming me and @gucci1017 or I shouldn’t have gotten y’all ready to early my bad B’z!” the Glo Gang frontman wrote.
Gucci signed Sosa to his Bricksquad 1017 label in May 2013. Since then Chief Keef collaborated with Gucci Mane on tracks “Darker” and “So Much Money.”
Sosa’s latest collaboration with Gucci Mane was the track “Top In The Trash.” This single appeared on Gucci’s album “Trap House 4.”
Guwop was sentenced to three more years in prison Tuesday, Sept. 16 after pleading guilty to assaulting a fan at an Atlanta nightclub on March 16, 2013, according to the Atlanta-Journal Constitution.
The fan was reportedly hit in the head with a bottle by the rap star at the Harlem Night club after requesting a photo. The fan suffered a deep laceration to his forehead, which required 10 stitches.
The embattled rap star, whose birth name is Radric Davis, was sentence to 39 months in prison In August after pleading guilty to a charge of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon in May. The 33-year-old Bricksquad 1017 boss reportedly reached a plea deal with prosecutors to serve three years and three months in prison. He faced a maximum of 10 years in jail after being arrested on two counts of felony gun possession.
Gucci has already served 11 months of his sentence, which leaves him with a little over two years remaining in his sentence.
Gucci’s aggravated assault sentence will run concurrently with his weapons sentence.
The “I Heard” rapper was arrested Friday, Sept. 14 after authorities found him in an erratic state with a Glock 40-caliber handgun and 11 rounds of ammunition, according to court documents obtained by AJC. Davis was discovered two days before on Sept. 12 with a Taurus 45-caliber handgun and eight rounds of ammunition.
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