Gucci Maine: Biography and interesting facts

Published At: 17 March 2020 , 02:32 PM


Gucci Maine is an Atlanta emcee, a cult figure for southern rap, the owner of his own 1017 Brick Squad label, a significant music market release provider, a protagonist of many memes, and a regular in American prisons. He got his first big popularity with the release of his debut album “Trap House” in 2005, and since then, he has seen eight more studio and 19 digital albums, 45 mixtapes and several collaborative albums and EPs.

Gucci Maine is a very provocative person, so he often has problems with the law and becomes a member of various beef with music artists. However, even the fact that he spends most of his time behind bars does not affect his performance, but on the contrary, increases the number of his releases. In 2016, having considerably lost weight and seemed to be younger, Gucci again set to work, noticeably adding as a material to be released.


In September 2013, he was caught by the police for possession of marijuana and firearms, which ultimately threatened him, as a recidivist, in the long term. In May 2014, he made a deal with the investigation and pleaded guilty, in this regard, he could have been released already at the end of 2016, however, after 1017 Brick Squad officials said that Gucci would be released on March 6, 2017;

In 2005, Maine charged with murder, which dropped from him for lack of evidence. However, this was done at a time when Redrick was serving a sentence for assaulting a person in a nightclub. It cost him six months in prison;

Gucci first convicted of possession of cocaine in 2001. He spent three months behind bars;

Redrick has an ice cream tattoo on his face. He filled it after being discharged from a psychiatric hospital, and it means that his life is “cold as ice.” For this tattoo, he earned the nickname “Ice Cream Maker”;