Can’t stand Yo Gotti? Think his music sucks? Well, he asked me to pass along this brief message: “F-U.” On his latest street single, the updated version of a cut featured on DJ Whoo Kid‘s N Word Bond compilation, the Memphis rapper raises a big, fat middle finger to his haters, as well as their significant others, friends and family. Newly-added for this incarnation of the record, Meek Mill jumps on Infamous‘s reggae-tinged beat to deliver a similarly abrasive, higher-volume middle verse. Like what you’re hearing? You’ll be able to find F-U and much more on the Nov. 19th mixtape, dropping next Monday (9/2) as the official prelude to the 11/19 retail release of Gotti’s I Am EP.
Written by richard on 08/30/13
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