Hip-Hop has taught us time after time that everything you hear on the internets might not be true. Yo Gotti is saying that the speculation about Blac Youngsta being released are big cap.
Jay-Z and Yo Gotti are honoring their promise to inmates at several Mississippi prisons who are being exposed to deplorable and inhuman conditions by assisting the inmates in filing a law suit against the prison officials.
Yo Gotti’s been on his grizzly for a hot minute and it hasn’t gone unrewarded. The Memphis rapper just inked a new endorsement deal with Puma and with his next album I Still Am dropping this Friday (Oct. 27) the “Down In The DM” rapper swung through The Breakfast Club to keep the hustle going.
Nicki Minaj had the Internet ablaze earlier this month after teasing some potential video featuring her and Quavo of Migos fame. The Queens superstar took to her Instagram and shared some behind the scene clips for her collaborative smash with Yo Gotti, “Rake It Up,” which naturally has fans going off along with a shot […]
Yo Gotti teamed up with Mike Will Made-It for some more trap tales and money getting anthems.
Yo Gotti will put on for his hometown of Memphis this summer with the fifth installment of his birthday bash and concert series. Tickets for the event are on sale now and given some of the past all-star lineups of the bash, those should be going fast.
Nardwuar is slowly becoming one of Hip-Hopper’s favorite interviewers due to his loony and eccentric style of being.
Yo Gotti and his years-long grind yielded a series of notable hits over time, and 2016 has been another typical year of the Memphis rapper popping up in cameos and pushing his particular brand of dope. On the heels of a new mixtape in his Cocaine Muzik series coming next week, Gotti announced that he […]
In celebration of Halloween, Skepta keeps his tradition going by releasing a new track on the holiday.
Rick Ross “No U-Turns,” 24hrs ft. Ty Dolla $ign & Yo Gotti “Count Me Out,” & More | Wired Tracks 9.12.16
With summer coming to a close, Rick Ross keeps the season alive with a new heater titled “No U-Turns.”
Miguel joins artists like Jay Z, Beyoncé, and Chris Brown in speaking out against the recent string of Black deaths at the hand of police on a song titled “How Many.”