It's been a rough past few days for Gucci Mane, who exploded on his Twitter account and apparently had a break-up with Atlantic Records. But was it all a publicity stunt to promote his new album?

Amid his somewhat difficult to decipher tweets early this morning (Sept. 11), the Atlanta rapper revealed that he was releasing a new project, 'Diary of a Trap God.' He apparently did this one "4 d hood" and decided that, despite tweeting that it would be on iTunes, it was going to be available for a free download.

Minutes later, Gucci sent out a message sporting a SendSpace link for 'Diary of a Trap God.' It was quickly scooped up by mixtape site Dat Piff and now the entire 23-track monolith is streaming. The album boasts features from frequent collaborators OJ Da Juiceman, Plies, Chief Keef, and (surprisingly given their public fall out) Waka Flocka Flame.