To the uninformed you probably know Gucci Mane from his gangster Archie role in Spring Breakers with Vanessa Hudgens and Selena Gomez, his pop-ish hit "Lemonade", or the ice cream cone tattooed on his face. But, to his fans, his Atlanta natives, and the hip-hop community Gucci is an icon. The legend crafted a new sub-genre called Trap music that matched ATL's already vibrant rap scene. Beyond the ability to generate radio records and soundtracks for the streets, Gucci has a work ethic needed to be recognized completing marathon studio sessions. His influence is strong, as Noisey Atlanta describes him as a Kingmaker, evidence provided by 2 Chainz, Migos, and Young Thug. Today, Gucci Mane is hitting in full force with his Trapology mixtape which features stars Snoop Dogg, Fetty Wap, and Lil B The Based God. Try something new and take a listen below.