I Am

Yo Gotti returns with a visual for “I Know,” a standout record from his major label debut I Am, featuring Rich Homie Quan.

Yo Gotti paints an interesting picture of his upbringing in Memphis in the visual for his I Am track, “Cold Blood.” Here, he teams up with J. Cole, who assists with a verse full of similar Fayetteville tales.

Nas once poised the question, “Name a rapper that I didn’t influence?” It’s 2014 and his words from 2001’s “Ether” still ring true to this very day.

Christmas has become a day filled with musical gifts courtesy of your favorite rappers. Late yesterday, Yo Gotti joined the ranks of gift-givers when he delivered the “LeBron James (Remix),” featuring Meek Mill.

There’s been a veiled conflict between Yo Gotti and Juicy J for some time now. However, the former said he has no issue with his fellow Memphis native after discussing the root of a tweet he recently directed towards the veteran rapper with MTV.

Well, this comes earlier than expected. Yo Gotti is streaming his major label debut, I Am, for free .99 weeks before its scheduled release.

Yo Gotti has a cannon full of street favorites, and he may have another on his hands with “LeBron James,” a new track set to appear on his major label debut, I Am.

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.

Earlier in the summer, Jadakiss discussed working on a collaborative mixtape with Memphis rapper Yo Gotti. Hip-Hop Wired discussed that and more with the latter at this year’s BET Hip-Hop Awards.

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.

will.i.am will see Pharrell Williams in court because of an ongoing dispute over the use of “I Am” in the latter’s “i am OTHER” brand. No, this situation hasn’t been resolved.