Gucci Mane is one of several musicians getting the portrait treatment by the inimitable Ryan McGinley for a special new issue of New York Times Magazine. In addition to Guwop, the photographer extraordinaire captured intimate shots of Cardi B, SZA, and King Krule. See them all below.

The issue of the magazine is titled "25 Songs That Tell Us Where We're Going," highlighting tracks from a huge swath of artists. Charli XCX, Lana Del Rey, and even Big Shaq (!) are among the musicians featured. Head over to the Times to see the full story.

Let us know which of the covers is your favorite in the comments below.

In other entertainment news, Kobe Bryant stopped by Jimmy Kimmel to discuss his historic Oscar win. Watch his interview here.

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