Yo Gotti ft. Young Jeezy & T.I. - I Got That Sack (Remix)

Posted 4 years ago
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Producer:
Drumma Drama
Album:
CM7

Every now and then there comes the occasional song that makes you want to kick the nearest solid object purely off of adrenaline. For instance, I Got That Sack, the latest release from Memphis veteran Yo Gotti. Throw in Atlanta hitmakers Young Jeezy and T.I. for a newly released remix and that feeling only becomes more intensified. (Solid objects beware!) The new version of I Got That Sack sticks to the bass-heavy production of the original song, which is provided by Memphis producer Drumma Drama. It is the addition of Jeezy and Tip, however, that really seems to take the single to the next level. The original version of I Got That Sack was featured on Yo Gotti’s January 10 mixtape, which is available for free digital download.

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