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  • Summary: The eighth studio full-length release for the rapper includes guest appearances from 2 Chainz, Chief Keef, Rick Ross, and Wiz Khalifa.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 5
  2. Negative: 1 out of 5
  1. Jul 24, 2013
    70
    At this point, Gucci Mane’s discography is certainly somewhat impenetrable, and Trap House III shines a spotlight on all the things that made him so exciting from beneath the stage these past five or six years.
  2. Jul 24, 2013
    70
    Gucci's inspired by more serene and soft moments at this point, so call this the most "couch locked" of all Trap Houses and get prepared to sprawl out for a long, low ride.
  3. Jul 24, 2013
    60
    If you’re willing adjust to a less joyful Guwop, there are actually some great things happening on Trap House III.
  4. The Wire
    Jul 24, 2013
    50
    Some of street rap's brightest new talents appear--Chief Keef, Young Thug, Rich Homie Quan--and wear their Gucci Mane influence proudly, each in their own distinctively warped ways and yet all brimming with exactly the joy that their progenitor has generally lost to age. [Jul 2013, p.68]
  5. Jul 24, 2013
    30
    He can literally sleepwalk his way through a Trap House album. He does here.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 3
  2. Negative: 0 out of 3
  1. Jan 18, 2014
    10
    This is my first Gucci Mane record. Released in 2013 it's saturated with dark stoner bangers and headturning tracks of legit sentiment. FromThis is my first Gucci Mane record. Released in 2013 it's saturated with dark stoner bangers and headturning tracks of legit sentiment. From the opening title track, a haunting slice of the Trap House life game, the listener is served one slickly produced anthem after another. Notable collaborations include Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Wiz Khalifa, Cheef Keef et al.

    Stupid rich bass grooves and experimental beats rife with synth strings and airy, ominous melodies are plentiful and serve as appropriate backdrops for Gucci's signature drawl/slur action-film sing-song storytelling.

    I can't stop playing this record.
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  2. May 30, 2015
    9
    This album is the one that really switched Gucci Mane's style from one of fun club bangers to a dark, almost cynical tone. It is filled withThis album is the one that really switched Gucci Mane's style from one of fun club bangers to a dark, almost cynical tone. It is filled with good songs, solid production, and boasts some great features. Expand
  3. Apr 3, 2015
    6
    This is a good album, but not good enough to receive a 7. Gucci Mane has some lyrical talent but not a lot, but the beats are normally good.This is a good album, but not good enough to receive a 7. Gucci Mane has some lyrical talent but not a lot, but the beats are normally good. For me this album gets an overall B-. Highlights: "Use Me", "D.I.G.", "Darker", "Nuthin on Ya". Worst song: "I Heard", "Can't Trust Her" (both ruined by their horrible Rich Homie Quan features). Expand