Ever since Gunna was released on an Alford plea deal in the YSL RICO trial, fans have wondered about his ties to the YSL label and relationship with Young Thug, who remains behind bars.

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The Atlanta rapper welcomed Spotify’s RapCaviar into his world for an episode of A Day in the Life With Gunna earlier this week, which found him clearing up whether he’s still with Young Stoner Life Records.

“I’m still signed to YSL,” he confirmed. “I’m still providing. We still pushing. No paperwork has been changed. So it’s like, whatever’s been getting and how we’ve been pushing this s–t, it’s still going.”

After his May 2022 arrest as part of the YSL RICO case, Gunna — born Sergio Kitchens — secured his release through an Alford plea in December 2022, in which he pleaded guilty to a single charge and was sentenced to five years in prison. The rapper was credited with one year of time served and the rest of his sentence was suspended.

Things appear to be OK between Gunna and Thug these days amid the trial. Thugger’s father attended Gunna’s concert in Atlanta earlier this month, and the two embraced and posed for a photo.

In the Spotify video, Gunna showed fans what a typical day for him looks like in the ATL, where he began with breakfast at his mom’s house with family, hit the gym, met up with friends and more.

The 31-year-old is in his lover era and he wants romance and intimacy to provide the inspiration behind his next body of work.

“I might do this love album … Not all just love songs, but a pocket of songs [that are] more intimate songs,” he said. “I think that’s gonna be the next album for me.”

Perhaps Gunna could work with Bossman Dlow down the line, as Gunna revealed the “Get in With Me” rapper and his motivational anthems are what he’s listening to the most right now.

“I be going Bossman Dlow like a motherf—-r. Like he hard. I know all that n—a words, bruh,” Wunna said while giving the Florida rapper his flowers. “Like for real. That n—a get me in a pocket. I just feel good. I been on his wave.”

Gunna returned in May with his One of Wun album, which debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 with 91,000 album-equivalent units sold in the first week. The project arrived under exclusive license to Young Stoner Life Records/300 Entertainment, according to a description on Apple Music.

Watch A Day in the Life With Gunna below.

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