Last week, Gucci Mane surprised the world with yet another musical release. This one was titled Free Bricks: Zone 6 Edition, and it is a collaborative EP with fellow Atlantan Future. Now Guwop has shared a visual for the EP standout "Selling Heroin," which you can watch in full above.

In stark contrast to the lyrics, which brag about having so much swag you "look like a heroin dealer," the video keeps things relatively calm. It is comprised entirely of handheld camera footage of Gucci at various concert events, spliced with the occasional shot of him hanging out in glamorous backstage areas and luxurious hotels.

Free Bricks: Zone 6 Edition is but the latest musical release from Gucci Mane, who has had one of the most prolific years of his career. In the time since being released from prison over the summer, he has dropped the album proper Everybody Looking, the mixtape Woptober and is set to drop the mixtape The Return of East Atlanta Santa by the end of the year.

Stream Free Bricks: Zone 6 Edition below via SoundCloud:

In other music video news, Mykki Blanco has shared a bonkers visual for "Loner," which sees the rapper in a VR-assisted orgy. Watch it right here.

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