Gucci Mane announced a surprising new collaboration this week.
The 33-year-old rapper reportedly recorded an upcoming track with Marilyn Manson, Fader reports. Born Radric Davis, Gucci worked with Manson on a record called "Fancy Bitch."
According to Fader, the track was recorded after the Los Angeles premiere of "Spring Breakers," with Manson contributing the hook and a rap verse to the song.
"That’s my boy man," Gucci told Fader of Manson. "We got the dopest record in the world, me and Marilyn. Me and him got one of the craziest records ever made... He’s cool as hell, I f--k with him hard. He ain’t the averagest white boy. He got swag. Me and him together, he don’t get on my nerves. I can stomach being around him. He cool."
"Fancy B-tch" may be featured on Gucci Mane's upcoming studio album, "Mr. Guwop," hitting stores this fall. Earlier this year, Gucci announced plans to change his stage name to Guwop, telling fans, "July 2nd I'm officially changing my rap name to Guwop and retiring the great Gucci Mane. Thanks Fans, for 8 years as Gucci now it's Wop turn." After an overwhelmingly negative reaction from fans, the rapper changed his mind, announcing that he would continue to perform as Gucci Mane.
For more, head over to Fader.