NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 08: Gucci Mane invades "The Whoolywood Shuffle" at SiriusXM Studios on October 8, 2012 in New York Cit
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Gucci Mane's discography is longer than the Bible, than the Rolling Stones' entire body of work (including greatest hits collections), than any other page on In January he released his 15th album, 1017 Mafia: Incarcerated, with guest stars on every single track. In February it was Brick Factory 3, also boasting (leaning on?) a cameo on each track. Six days (six damn days!) after that, the Views from Zone 6 mixtape hit. 

Two weeks ago, Mr. Clean, The Middle Man—another tape—dropped. None of this is fictional.

It's clear the man called Mane ain't slept once in his life. But he's gotta at least eat to keep up the pace, and now he's dropped—surprise style, which is basically the default for everyone nowadays—not one, not two, but THREE new albums, each canonizing a famous daily meal we are all intensely familiar with.

Breakfast is an 11-course dish featuring ILoveMakonnen twice. Lunch, also 11 courses, has Trinidad James and Waka Flocka Flame. Dinner follows suit—11 aesthetically plated dishes—with Chief Keef and…um…Andy Milonakis…in on the feast. 

Stream all the albums below. (And they are albums; each is on iTunes for $9.99.) By the time you're done, Gucci will have released six new projects featuring more than 94 rappers. (For real, though: Trap House 5 is on the way.)