Yo Gotti teamed up with Mike Will Made-It for some more trap tales and money getting anthems.
Let’s cut to the chase since Yo Gotti did the same.
The first bars on the Gotti Made-It sound like he’s taking credit for having Young Dolph‘s bulletproof SUV shot up in Charlotte at the CIAA earlier this year. On opening track “Legacy” Gotti starts his first verse saying, “took that Lambo to New York (yeah), that was legendary/Let off shots at lil’ buddy (yeah), that was necessary.”
While this isn’t the first time Gotti has rapped about engaging in gunplay, the timing of dropping a song like this is very suspect and damn near incriminating. Mainly because his “artist” Blac Youngsta just got arrested for being involved in the shooting. Police say that Blac rented the van that the shots came from. Blac’s lawyer says his client did rent a van in Charlotte the weekend of the shooting, but that it was stolen by someone else, who presumably shot at Dolph.
As for the rest of the tape, it sounds like what you would expect from a Yo Gotti and Mike Will Made-It “surprise” project. With Mike Will being one of the most in-demand producers right now, it’s doubtful that he gave Gotti his best product for this project. Gotti sounds like he’s returning the favor by sounding lazy and at times, just like Dolph. Original ideas are scarce as well with “Letter To The Trap” and “Off The Pole” sounding like the only songs that had real thought put into them. The best words come at the very end of the tape when Gotti isn’t even rapping. On “Thinking About You” he advises his listeners in the streets not to post all of their moves on social media because “police are regular people too.”
Listen for yourself below.