Future and Gucci Mane have just dropped the follow-up to 2011's Free Bricks, a mixtape called Free Bricks: Zone 6 Edition.

This is Gucci and Future's first joint release since Confused and apparently was recorded in single session last night (Nov. 14).

“Last night, me and Future met up in Atlanta," Guwop told Miss Info. "We ditched our entourages, we didn’t book my usual studio, or his usual studio…it’s like we knew we wanted to fly under the radar,” says Gucci. “There was like this positive competition in the room. I’d hear him go in on a verse, and I knew I had to step up.”

The competition in the studio was friendly but real, and the two eventually knocked out six songs because both were obviously feeling energized and inspired. But as for actually dropping the songs they recorded, Gucci surprised everyone, including Future.

"Even Future didn’t think we were dropping this tonight," says Gucci, "This is the freshest it can get. These joints ain’t even 24 hours old. That’s like bringing you in the studio with us.”

Although Gucci was really busy last night, recording an entire six-track mixtape, no worries—he's still planning to drop The Return of East Atlanta Santa next month in December. He also just threw an assist to Common on the head-nodding remix to "Black America Again," which also features Pusha T.

Meanwhile, take a listen to Free Bricks: Zone 6 Edition below.


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