(AllHipHop News) Rapper Gucci Mane has revealed that his album The State Vs. Radric Davis was the first installment of a three-part series of albums.
Gucci Mane told Ricky Padilla of Orlando’s 102 Jamz that his upcoming album The Appeal: Georgia’s Most Wanted is the second album in a three-part trilogy.
“I been in the studio recording, I’m on like 30 songs,” Gucci Mane said. “I shot six videos on the day I got out. I got something on my chest that I want to get off. ”
Gucci Mane revealed that the third and final album will be titled The Final Verdict.
During the interview, Gucci Mane addressed an incident that took place during the filming of one of the videos last week.
Gucci’s associate Waka Flocka Flames was involved in a heated confrontation with Queial, a member of Atlanta rap group Da Congressmen and cousin of Young Jeezy associate, Slick Pulla.
Gucci, who is on probation, looked on as Queial and other members of The Congressmen interrupted the video shoot, leading Waka Flock’s friends to restrain him during the altercation.
“It was dead before it started,” Gucci said of the confrontation. “I’m just getting out so I didn’t really know what was going on but it wasn’t a problem.”
Gucci Mane is slated to appear on 106 & Park next week to premiere the video for “911 Emergency” from his mixtape “Burrrprint 2” with DJ Holiday.
The Appeal: Georgia’s Most Wanted is due in stores this August, according to Gucci Mane.