Hip hop star Gucci Mane has revealed the cover of his upcoming autobiography due out this fall.
"I'm an author now," he tweeted alongside a photo of the book cover.
Published by Simon & Schuster, "The Autobiography of Gucci Mane" traces the rapper's unlikely path to stardom and rebirth, following a three-year prison stint for federal firearms charges.
"Born in rural Bessemer, Alabama, Radric Delantic Davis became Gucci Mane in East Atlanta, where the rap scene is as vibrant as the dope game. His name was made as a drug dealer first, rapper second. His influential mixtapes and street anthems pioneered the sound of trap music. He inspired and mentored a new generation of artists and producers: Migos, Young Thug, Nicki Minaj, Zaytoven, Mike Will Made-It, Metro Boomin," reads the synopsis.
"Yet every success was followed by setback. Too often, his erratic behavior threatened to end it all. Incarceration, violence, rap beefs, drug addiction. But Gucci Mane has changed, and he's decided to tell his story."
The book is due out September 19.