After making some great guest appearances and releasing one hell of a diss track in the last couple of weeks, Gucci Mane is back with his fourth, and most anticipated, mixtape of the year.

Trap God, which dropped today, could be the project which marks his resurgence in earnest. With long term collaborators Lex Luger, Mike Will Made It and Drumma Boy on board to produce, not to mention guest turns from the 1017 Brick Squad family (Waka Flocka, Young Scotter) and help from the likes of Future, Meek Mill and Rick Ross, it’s one of the most exciting tapes to come out of the ATL in a while.  The only surprise absentee is the Young Jeezy diss track “Truth“, which seems to have been released as a one-off and left off the mixtape.

Peep the full details on the 20 tracks below, and be sure to download the tape for free via World Star Hip Hop’s new mixtape launch site, World Star Tapes.

1. Intro produced by Lex Luger
2. “Head Shots” feat Rick Ross produced by Tarentino, 808 Mafia
3. “Money Habits” feat Young Scooter produced by 808 Mafia
4. “Crazy” feat Waka Flocka Flame produced by Drumma Boy
5. “Get Money Nigga” feat Meek Mill produced by 808 Mafia
6. “Rolly Up” feat Young Scooter, Waka Flocka Flame produced by Mike WiLL Made It
7. “Fuck The World” feat Future produced by Mike WiLL Made It
8. “Act Up” feat T-Pain produced by T-Pain
9. “Never See” feat Verse Simmonds produced by Shawty Redd
10. “That’s That” feat Kevin McCall produced by Kevin McCall
11. “Servin” produced by 808 Mafia
12. “Shooter” feat Young Scooter, Yung Fresh produced by Zaytoven
13. “Dead Man” feat Young Scooter, Trae Tha Truth produced by Metro Beats
14. “Baby Wipes” feat Waka Flocka Flame produced by Zaytoven
15. “Don’t Trust” feat Young Scooter
16. “Suckaz” produced by Shawty Redd
17. “Gas and Mud” produced by C4
18. “Fuck Something” feat Kirko Bangz, Waka Flocka Flame, Young Scooter produced by 808 Mafia
19. “I Fuck With That” produced by Mike WiLL Made It, Southside, C-Note
20. “Get Lost” feat Birdman produced by Detail

As an extra treat (depending on whether or not you like Future’s auto-tune), here’s the official video for “Fuck The World”: