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Lately, Yo Gotti‘s been exhibiting an inflated sense of self, a domineering attitude and a contemptuous disregard for those below him. Yes, there’s no doubt about it: the Memphis mainstay’s on his King Sh*t. Those who were feeling the imperious swagger Gotti brought to mixtape inclusion F**k You are sure to appreciate his latest feature, a newly-selected street single off his forthcoming senior set. Here, David Versis and Arthur MacArthur‘s stark, sample-laced grooves bang in the back as the CMG/Polo Ground/RCA spitter revels in the rewards of his hustle and scoffs at his so-called peers in the industry. Another member of Southern rap royalty, Grand Hustle capo T.I., lends his flow to verse two. Feeling it? More bangers await on Yo Gotti’s I Am LP, scheduled to hit record stores and online retailers on Tuesday, November 19.
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Written by richard on 10/16/13
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