Before Gucci Mane was Ice Daddy, he was the Ice Daddy. Those unaware that Gucci's latest project is named for his youngest son are likely still well familiar with the prolific MC’s affinity for jewelry, something that once inspired a magazine listicle about his “greatest chains.” Rap spoils aside, Gucci himself has claimed to have “fathered” more rap careers than he’ll ever get credit for. Ice Daddy isn’t about much of any of that, though. Across the project, Gucci is mostly focused on bigging up the crew (“Posse on Bouldercrest,” “Like 34 & 8”), his continued financial success (“Never Runnin Out of Money,” “Fold Dat Money Up,” a new version of “Rich N***a Shit”), and how he is still not to be played with (“Shit Crazy,” “Gucci Coming 4 You,” “Lately”). Along for the ride are Lil Baby, Lil Uzi Vert, Young Dolph, E-40, 2 Chainz, Project Pat, Peewee Longway, BIG30, Pooh Shiesty, BigWalkDog, and, maybe most interestingly, “Baby Got Back” MC Sir Mix-A-Lot. If Ice Daddy has anything to do with fatherhood specifically, it’s that it plays out kind of like a baby shower, Gucci passing cigars—or, more accurately, the microphone—to a bevy of friends who’ve all come out to celebrate his latest, greatest accomplishment.