Yo Gotti

Starlito hails from Nashville so his version of Thanksgiving may be different from what you’re accustomed to. For 2013’s bird holiday, he’s passing out Fried Turkey in the hood in the form of his next full-length.

Yo Gotti is currently on a press run promoting his major label debut I Am. Last night, that led him to The Arsenio Hall Show to chop it up with the host and perform “Cold Blood” and “King Sh*t.”

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.

Yo Gotti’s new album, I Am releases tomorrow (November 19) and before he went off trailblazing throughout the country, he campaigned in his own backyard of Memphis to show that he was truly a man of the people.

Up-and-comer Lantana managed to snag a few rap stars on his “All Hustle, No Luck (Remix).” Today, the rapper unveils an accompanying visual featuring Yo Gotti, Bun B, and Pusha T.

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.

Memphis rapper Yo Gotti has been putting in work independently for years. After recently signing a joint venture with Epic Records, Gotti is trying to crack the door to the mainstream and drops a new single called “Cold Blood” featuring  J. Cole. 

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.

Ask and you shall receive; though, it may come later than expected. After a host of delays, Cam’ron feeds the streets new music in the form of a mixtape, titled Ghetto Heaven.