Since helping produce Gucci’s Icy record, the two have continued to work together on just about every GuWop album out there.
2. French Montana
The New York native made his way down to Atlanta to be featured on a couple Gucci songs, which would help him make a name for himself in the rap world. He would eventually return to New York to branch out on his own.
3. Young Scooter
One of Gucci’s hand picked artists to bring Brick Squad into a new era, Scooter hails from ATL and his mixtape Street Lottery has us eagerly awaiting his debut album Jugg House.
4. Young Thug
Thug teamed with Gucci after his breakout success with I Came From Nothing and would release 1017 Thug through GuWop to take his name nationwide.
5. Rich Homie Quan
Quan first partnered with Gucci on Trap House 3 before making it big with his single ‘Type Of Way.’
6. Mike WiLL Made It
Mike WiLL owes quite a bit to Gucci, right down to his name! When Gucci rapped, ‘Mike WiLL Made It, Gucci Mane slayed it’ Mike WiLL Made It was born, and would go on to team with Gucci on No Pad, No Pencil.
7. OJ Da Juiceman
OJ started off as Gucci’s right-hand man, but was pushed to the side when Waka Flocka Flame took the reigns. Da Juiceman still was able to make an impact in the ATL with his Make The Trap Say Aye album, but still left us wanting more.
8. 2 Chainz
The former Tity Boi can credit Gucci for featuring him on mixtapes under both names, and definitely helped redefine 2 Chainz as a street rapper after so many years in the rap world without much success.
9. Nicki Minaj
Moving to Atlanta helped Minaj find herself as an artist, and Gucci was quick to scoop her up after her Beam Me Up Scotty mixtape dropped. She would eventually move on to Young Money, but it was in her time with Gucci that she first reached the public.
10. Peewee Longway
Another member of ATL’s new wave of rappers, Peewee was brought in to usher in the next era of Brick Squad. Longway has partnered with Gucci and Young Dolph to form The Felix Brothers.
11. Young Dolph
Speaking of Dolph, who relocated from Memphis to the ATL, he has been partnered with Gucci for some time now, with collaborations like “A-Plus” helping him get his name out there.
12. Chief Keef
Keef was able to make it on his own, but Gucci was there for support after Finally Rich dropped. The two would have some studio collaborations that have been released here and there, but there’s definitely room for the two to make a few more hits together.
While not officially signed with Gucci, Migos collaborated with Gucci on a number of songs that were released on The Green Album.
14. Metro Boomin
The St. Louis native made his way to ATL to join up with OJ Da Juiceman, which led Gucci to him. Metro would collaborate with Young Thung through Brick Squad, and credits Gucci with helping a ton of Atlanta rappers shine.
15. Waka Flocka Flame
Despite his falling out with Gucci, Wakka still got his start working with Gucci under his mom’s MIzay Entertainment label. Wakka would rise into the public sphere after Gucci was arrested, and upon his release, Gucci would collaborate with Wakka on a number of hits.