Having already racked up production credits on numerous Dirty South hip-hop hits, Nitti has decided to jump on the bandwagon and drop an album of his own. What separates him from the Swizz Beatz, Khaos, and Bangladeshes of the industry, though, is that he’s not going to rap, but simply give occasional shout-outs as his collaborators do their thing on the mic (more like a typical DJ album). The Playmaker’s first Booth feature as a headliner finds him doing what he does best, providing a catchy beat while three ATL icons share their club experiences. Calling on all the fellas and ladies to put their Drinkz On Up, Bobby V sets the mood on his hook (as well as contributing a middle verse), and past clients Gucci Mane (Go Head, That’s All, I’m Cool) and Yung Joc (It’s Goin’ Down, Wham) each spit their slickest game to the ladies present (in this writer’s humble opinion, Joc’s more effective than Gucci here). As of now, Nitti’s debut album Ghettoville U.S.A. has neither a release date nor a distributor.