If you’ve never traveled to Miami, but you do listen to plenty of rap music, chances are good that your image of the popular Florida city is a bit skewed. Though the MIA has had to deal with drug trafficking issues from outlying locales such as Cuba and Mexico, the city isn’t one giant pile of cocaine. One listen to Yo Gotti‘s new song, Miami, however, and ... April Fools. Featuring Miami’s own DJ Khaled and Rick Ross, Gotti talks lines (not the kind you wait in at the club) and ladies over a deep-synth beat. Following the release of Cocaine Muzik (the mixtape), Yo Gotti plans to release his sophomore album later this year.
Written by DJ Z on 04/17/08
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