Yo Gotti - I Am

Posted 2 years ago
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Memphis rhymesayer Yo Gotti has unleashed his EPIC Records debut, the I Am LP. His sixth album in total, the set is his first project of any kind since 2012's Live From the Kitchen. It packs a total of 13 original tracks, including singles "Act Right, "F**k You" and "King Sh*t."

Throughout the set, Gotti is joined on the guest tip by a variety of noteworthy artists, among them J. Cole, Ne-Yo, T.I., Wale and Young Jeezy. Beats come courtesy of Canei Finch, Cool and Dre, Da Honerable C.N.O.T.E., Infamous and more.

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