Big Cat CEO responds to Gucci Mane's opposition of Trap-a-thon. Gucci Mane has recently asked that his fans not support an unauthorized release of his music on Big Cat Records and wait on his official album.
Gucci Mane has recently asked that his fans not support an unauthorized release of his music on Big Cat Records and wait on his official album. Marlon Rowe, the CEO of Big Cat records weighs in with his thoughts.
"People are saying the Trap-A Thon album is Gucci Mane's best so far and we agree, " Rowe said. "Even though our issues with his new label have become public, we still feel that Gucci Mane is one of the best in the game. His work on Trap-A-Thon, recorded last year after he was exonerated and released, is as street as it gets."
Gucci disagrees with this however.
"Not only was this done with out my approval, but the music they are trying to release is unfinished and does not represent who I am today as an artist," said Gucci Mane, who urged his fans "not to support this release and instead wait for the official Gucci Mane, Back To The Trap House album coming out on my label So Icey Entertainment/Czar/ Asylum/Atlantic Records on November 13th."
The label head is currently embroiled in a court case against the rapper and Atlantic Records for seperate issues.