Gucci Mane continues to hype up the release of his new project Woptober with another hot release. This time, it's a track called "Icy Lil Bitch." Produced by frequent collaborator Zaytoven, "Icy Lil Bitch" finds Gucci Mane going in about his girl's expensive habits. "Man the bitch got fresh at the mouth so I iced her/She said something so slick I disliked her/If you ain't getting no cash like this you can't pipe her/But if you rock a watch like this it entice her/Man I can't even front on the chick cause she grinding/Necklace full of diamonds, wrist and fist blinding," he raps.
"Icy Lil Bitch" is the third track Gucci has dropped from the forthcoming Woptober, following "Bling Blaww Burr" with Young Dolph and "Last Time" with Travis Scott. Woptober will be the second Gucci Mane release since he got out of prison, following the successful Everybody Looking.
Gucci's also been busy with the collaborations. He linked up with Lil Wayne for the Birth of a Nation soundtrack song "Oh Lord," bridged the Atlanta generational gap with his Lil Yachty collaboration "Bentley Coup," and popped up on Juicy J's recent mixtape #MustBeNice. He also inked a book deal, which will find him penning his own memoir. There's currently no title or release date, but it's definitely something for Gucci's fans to start looking forward to. You can also watch Guwop on the latest episode of Complex's Sneaker Shopping right here.
You can stream Gucci Mane's new song "Icy Lil Bitch" below via YouTube, and look out for his new project Woptober dropping on Friday.
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