Gucci Mane and J. Cole Link Up On New Track “There I Go” Produced by Mike Will Made-It

With his 16th studio album announcement, the rapper hailing from Alabama has been dropping various teaser tracks, including the collaboration with Lil Baby titled “Bluffin,” the single “Married with Millions,” and the track “Woppenheimer.” Adding to this steady flow of music, Gucci recently released the highly anticipated song “There I Go,” featuring none other than J. Cole. The production credit goes to Mike Will Made-It, who had linked up with Cole just a week ago on his own track “Blood Moon” featuring Lil Uzi Vert.

Gucci Mane made the announcement official through an Instagram post where he unveiled the cover art. The artwork portrays him alongside Dreamville’s head honcho, both standing side by side against a backdrop of white.

In the caption, Guwop exclaimed, “My diamonds go brrr… It’s a Cole world…dropping Friday.”

This track is slated to be part of his upcoming album “Breath of Fresh Air,” a highly awaited sequel to his 2021 album “Ice Daddy.” The rapper revealed the double-disc LP’s plans in June, and fans were already treated to tunes like “06 Gucci” featuring DaBaby and 21 Savage, “Pissy” with Roddy Ricch, and “King Snipe” featuring Kodak Black.

In a June interview with Zane Lowe, the 43-year-old artist discussed his new musical direction. He expressed his desire to showcase a more positive and inspirational side of himself, one that offers guidance and insight.

He stated, “I feel like it’s time for people to start hearing more from me as far as game and advice and my opinion on stuff. So I feel like now when I do a verse with somebody like Baby, who the kids look up to and listen to, I try to put some game on them instead of just rapping.”

Given the recent losses and legal issues within his circle, Gucci Mane has shifted his focus. He explained, “I’m just not in the mood to hear a whole bunch of drilling and killing… Let me just lead by example and show people that there is more to rap about than my opps.”

The song “There I Go” is now available for streaming on Apple Music and Spotify, while “Breath of Fresh Air” is set to drop on October 13th.

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