American rapper and songwriter, Mario Sentell Giden Mims, known professionally as Yo Gotti announced the big news that his label CMG has partnered with Interscope for a new deal that will help further push the careers of his artists Moneybagg Yo, 42 Dugg, EST Gee and more.
Last week, there were murmurs about Yo Gotti and DaBaby being spotted filming a music video, and ahead of its arrival, the pair of hitmakers dropped off their collaboration. DaBaby’s name has been involved in the news regarding a shooting in Miami days ago, and fans were concerned when it was shared that he was being questioned by authorities. Thankfully, he was released without incident, but unfortunately, his artist Wisdom Awute was arrested and faces attempted murder charges on Wednesday.
The show must go on, as they say, and right on time, Gotti and DaBaby shifted focus back to music as they meet up on “Drop.” Artists are lining up those releases just in time for summer and these two aren’t any different. Gotti celebrated the release of “Drop” by writing on Instagram, “New Deal, Mo Money, Mo B*tches & [fire emoji] Music.”
“With 25 years under his belt as a successful artist, label head, manager and entrepreneur, Yo Gotti has built an impressive legacy in hip hop and remains one of the most exciting voices in music,” said IGA Chairman, John Janick. “We look forward to working closely with Gotti’s team to continue to build upon CMG’s incredible run in our business.” In 1996, Yo Gotti released his debut album Youngsta’s On a Come Up under the alias Lil Yo.
- I am (I am), that n*gga (That n*gga)
- Big old scrap, but the check bigger
- Truck four-wheel, worth six-figure
- Beverly Hill, run with this, eight figures
- Knew who I am, that’s two hundred (Two hundred)
- Just touched a mill, I been done it (Been done it)
- F*ckin’ on a b*tch from the back
- Smack her on the ass, bump Three 6, who run it?