Mr. Davis
Gucci Mane - Mr. Davis
Critic Score
Based on 8 reviews
2017 Ratings: #504 / 669
User Score
Based on 46 ratings
2017 Ratings: #386
October 13, 2017 / Release Date
LP / Format
Atlantic / Label
Trap Rap / Genres
Your Review



While works like Everybody Looking and Woptober were competent and enjoyable trap exercises, they were yet more of the same, two more albums that were mostly interchangeable with The Return of the East Atlanta Santa and Drop Top Wop. Which is why Mr. Davis stands out as perhaps his best post-prison effort: the songs pop, the production is memorable, and the guests weave effortlessly into their respective tracks without detracting from Gucci's signature delivery.


Mr. Davis is stripped-down, honest and straight to the point.


Between this spring’s cold, uncompromising Droptopwop and the personable crossover stab of Mr. Davis, Gucci Mane is making his most engaging music since his Trap Back/Trap God resurgence. Most artists are lucky to have one legacy-defining hot streak. Gucci Mane is now well into his third.


In a nutshell, Mr. Davis is simply a party celebrating Gucci’s personal growth alongside his star-studded friends.

The Guardian
Gucci’s vocal cadence – either deadpan helplessness in the face of gratification, or sarcastic bafflement as to why he would resist it – gives every track charisma, and he creates some nagging hooks ... But with little to no actual wordplay to his boasts, the materialism gets a little wearing
The 405

He has the energy and talent to rap amusing circles around most of his peers, but seems to need a stable collaborator to come up with the sort of consistent bash that Quavo and crew made look effortless this past January. Instead, Mr. Davis seems to pull in every direction at once.

The Needle Drop
Gucci Mane's latest album is long and chock-full of big-name features, but it's little more than a glorified mixtape.
Feb 1, 2018
ScHoolboy and Rocky really shine
Nov 10, 2017*
This could be Gucci Mane's peak, meaning that there's some meaning behind his poised rhymes, as well as, significant improvement in production and pairing along with features through various occasions in this record. Nevertheless, originality isn't something to always look forward when listening to this record, nor is the introduction to fully new themes. All themes explored in Mr. Davis are somewhat familiar. Despite this, Gucci Mane is able to use this project as a vehicle to present himself ... read more
Oct 20, 2017
Gucci transformation to Mr.Davis is complete with a sign of him maturing and getting ready to be a perfect husband for his wife
Oct 18, 2017
A lot of catchy tracks , some of gucci's best work
Oct 16, 2017*
best thing he's dropped since prison EDIT: hahahahahahahahahahaha
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Track List
  1. Work in Progress (Intro)
  2. Back On
  3. I Get the Bag (feat. Migos)
  4. Stunting Ain't Nuthin (feat. Slim Jxmmi & Young Dolph)
  5. Curve (feat. The Weeknd)
  6. Enormous (feat. Ty Dolla $ign)
  7. Members Only
  8. Money Make Ya Handsome
  9. Changed (feat. Big Sean)
  10. We Ride (feat. Monica)
  11. Lil Story (feat. ScHoolboy Q)
  12. Tone it Down (feat. Chris Brown)
  13. Make Love
  14. Money Piling
  15. Jumped Out the Whip (feat. A$AP Rocky)
  16. Miss My Woe (feat. Rico Love)
  17. Made It (Outro)

Added on: August 18, 2017