Gucci Mane isn't gonna let a little thing like being in jail for a year for violating probation keep him from putting out new mixtapes. Despite being on lockdown in the Fulton County jail since November, Gucci managed to record several new verses for his new mixtape, "The Burrprint 2 HD," over the phone.

Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka Flame just can't seem to stay out of trouble. According to the Macon Telegraph, Waka is being held in the Houston County Jail in Warner Robins, near Macon, on a probation violation.

Police in Gary, Indiana were called to the scene of a concert headlined by Waka Flocka Flame Friday after a fight broke out leaving 8 people shot and injured. As previously reported, Waka got into a fight of his own Thursday at a popular Atlanta clothing store with members of Young Jeezy’s entourage that left […]

According to the, shots were fired, though no one was hit, during an altercation between groups affiliated with local rappers Gucci Mane and Young Jeezy that closed Walter's Clothing in downtown Atlanta for about 30 minutes.

With the release of Ludacris' new album, Battle Of The Sexes, just weeks away, the final tracklist for the album has finally been revealed. Luda's put together an all-star cast of today's stars for his seventh album, due out on March 9th! Check out the track listing here!

Waka Flocka Flame is currently in the recording studio working on completing his goal of releasing twenty street albums by 2011. Three releases are currently on deck, including "Salute Me or Shoot Me Volumes 2 and 3" and a studio album.


Check out this brand new remix of Waka Flocka Flame's "O Let's Do It," featuring Diddy, Rick Ross and Gucci Mane! Let us know what you think!

Gucci Mane recently spoke to MTV News from jail and discussed turning "The State vs. Radric Davis" into a trilogy, as well as recording with former foe Young Jeezy.

Gucci Mane’s offiical website just started selling “Free Gucci Mane” t-shirts in support of the incarcerated rapper. These “Free” t-shirts became quite a popular item over the course of the last ten years after celebrity after celebrity landed in jail.

If you missed Hot 107.9's special edition of Gangsta Grillz Radio tonight, don't worry, you can listen to hip-hop history right here! Tonight, Young Jeezy, Gucci Mane and DJ Drama came together to squash their long-standing beefs. As you may recall, Jeezy and Gucci have been going at each other since they both entered the rap game, but that's now history for two of Atlanta's biggest stars.

In a recent interview with Creative Loafing, <strong>Gucci Mane's manager</strong> discussed <strong>missed tour dates</strong> and claimed the rapper was not in <strong>rehab</strong> for <strong>cocaine</strong>.<!--more-->

Gucci Mane's new album, <strong>"The State vs. Radric Davis,"</strong> is set to drop on <strong>December 8</strong>. Click here to read a <strong>preview</strong> of the album. <!--more-->