Rapper Gucci Mane Releases Soph Album: Hard To Kill
ATLANTA, GA -- On Tuesday, October 24, 2006, Big Cat Records and Tommy Boy Entertainment will release the explosive Gucci Mane sophomore album, Hard To Kill. The first single from the CD is "My Chain" which is one of the hottest tracks on the album and most requested in clubs throughout the Southeast.
This time around, Gucci picks up where he left off after the success of his hit single, "Icy." "Icy" was in heavy rotation all over the world and the album debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard Charts for Independent Albums and remained on the Top 20 for eight weeks. Scanning over 125,000 units independently on his debut album, Gucci will show the world that he can come better and harder.
Big Cat Records' President, Mel Breeden, states, "With all that Gucci Mane has seen and been through in this past year, this album shows how much he has grown lyrically. We named the project, "Hard To Kill" because of all of the drama that has surrounded Gucci's career and he pulled through it all. Now he's back. HARD TO KILL!!! Although we had big success with "Icy", there is a lot more to the story now."
This album is packed with hot laid-back comedic flows and catchy hooks that are displayed heavily throughout the album with cuts such as "Everybody Know Me" produced by Lyrical Chead George & Paul "Why/Not" Roach for Arthentic Krew Productions, "Pillz" featuring Mac Bree Z, produced by Xavier Dotson pka Zaytoven and "Freak Girl" produced by Cyber Sapp, Cyberwerks Music/Family Tree Entertainment.
"Hard To Kill" will invite Gucci's fans into his life like a reality show, up close and personal. Get the real street sh**. See what he experienced during his time on lockdown; how he pulled through it and the issues that still plague him today. Comprised of songs from label mates Black Magic and Young Snead, "Hard To Kill" is destined to be one of the most prolific trap music albums of 2007.
The album will be in stores October 24th, 2006
Written by DJ Z on 10/20/06
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