Yo Gotti let his new single, “Errbody,” marinate for a month before returning with the visual today.
GS9 were active at ALIFE’s location in the Low East Side of New York City last night (August 11). Get familiar with the clique, the East Flatbush, Brooklyn collective that houses virally popular rapper Bobby Shmurda.
Sylvia Rhone is a well-versed industry veteran and her expertise and services has been sought by Sony Music Entertainment’s Epic Records.
Well, this comes earlier than expected. Yo Gotti is streaming his major label debut, I Am, for free .99 weeks before its scheduled release.
In Hip-Hop, the power undoubtedly falls with the youth. And that’s no diss to the veterans who remain viable figures in the game. But tools like social media and the like that were nowhere to be found during the culture’s humble beginnings have yet to be truly championed (or conquered) by any of Rap’s godfathers.
Most assumed that Yo Gotti would stick to the independent route during his career, but here we are awaiting the release of his major label debut I Am. To build momentum, Gotti delivered a visual for his T.I.-assisted heater, “King Sh*t.”
Who thought they’d ever see the day Yo Gotti would sign a deal with a major label. Such is the case, as the street savvy rapper is currently prepping his I Am album, due to release November 19 via Epic Records.
Yo Gotti drops a single with that bounce called “King Sh*t,” featuring T.I. Like previous releases “F**k You”and “Act Right,” the Cocaine Music Group CEO seems to be aiming at the clubs with this one.
Future Hendrix has prompted the Internets to put their own spins on the rapper’s name — our personal favorite is Future Vandross. Today we discover that this is now all null and void, because the ATLien decided to change his album title to Honest.
Most aren’t awarded a second chance in the music industry. With this in mind, rising artist Gilbere Forté already defied the odds when he signed a record deal with L.A. Reid’s Epic Records following a stint in Hip-Hop limbo afte leaving Universal Motown.
The family of Emmett Till says they plan to put pressure on the many sponsors of rapper Lil Wayne, namely his high profile endorsement deal with Mountain Dew. After the New Orleans rapper referenced the deceased teen in a verse on an unreleased remix of Future’s “Karate Chop” single, the Till family is dissatisfied with […]
Vinny Cha$e is now part of the Epic Records family. Amid rumors that he was joining the Bad Boy roster, Cha$e confirmed to MTV News that he has signed a label deal.