Wait For It
Yo Gotti Feat. Blac Youngsta
Yo Gotti has unveiled his new single, "Wait for It," featuring his CMG underling Blac Youngsta, who can usually be seen with more cash than he knows what to do with. The track is Gotti's first official single since his February album, The Art of Hustle. "Wait for It" should get Gotti and his label back into the summer rotation, as the song will likely be appreciated by DJs throughout the South. They landed on a trap production that sounds like the Memphis mud despite being driven by chimes, violins, and a shrill vocal sample.
DJ Twin Feat. Sean Kingston & Yo Gotti
DJ Twin and his closest collaborator, Kingston's own Sean Kingston, have now dropped off two consecutive collabs of epic proportions. Twin recently organized a big-time session in his native Chicago and came out with "They Know Us," which found Kingston coolly bridging hard-noses street verses from the duo of Lil Bibby and G Herbo.
Might Not (Remix) [CDQ]
Belly Feat. The Weeknd, 2 Chainz & Yo Gotti
Taking a break from his recently-released Another Day In Paradise album, buzzing Toronto artist & XO member Belly decides to revisit last year’s Up For Days mixtape and give The Weekend-featured standout “Might Not,” the remix treatment tonight by adding 2 Chainz & Yo Gotti for this H
Lil Durk Feat. Yo Gotti
Def Jam signee Lil Durk is gearing up for his sophomore album, a self-titled (kinda) effort, Lil Durk2x. Earlier in the month Durk shared the cover art and tracklist, and he's since followed those things up with a couple of collaborations.
Mr. Mauricio Feat. Rick Ross, Yo Gotti & Troy Ave
If you're not familiar with Mr. Mauricio, you're probably not alone. The Miami-based DJ works at iHeart Radio's 103.5 The Beat, but he's looking to move above and beyond his weekly radio show segment, and on that note, he's released his very first single. Mauricio is looking to feed the streets and who better to bring along then a few street-oriented rappers? Rick Ross, Yo Gotti and the recently-incarcerated Troy Ave make the line-up on "Paper Plates" while also bringing together a few different cities-- obviously Florida is represented among them.
Champions (Round & Round)
Kanye West Feat. Desiigner, Travis Scott, Big Sean, Gucci Mane, Yo Gotti, 2 Chainz & Quavo
Yup, it's finally happening. Four years after the release of the first G.O.O.D. Music compilation album, Cruel Summer, and at least three years after talk/rumors/confusion of a Cruel Winter album initially began, the G.O.O.D. camp is finally gearing up to release the highly anticipated Cruel Summer follow-up.
Young Greatness Feat. Lil Wayne & Yo Gotti
Earlier this month, Young Thug teased his remix of "Moolah," one of the biggest hits to date by Quality Control rapper Young Greatness. Greatness released the remix this morning. The only thing: it doesn't feature Young Thug. It features Lil Wayne and Yo Gotti.
Meghan Trainor Feat. Yo Gotti
What a time to be alive. Meghan Trainor and Yo Gotti team up today for Meghan's new single, "Better." That's quite the pair. Is the pop star trying to broach a new audience with this look? The record, "Better," is a single off Meghan's upcoming album, Thank You. The record is definitely a pop ballad, with funky drums and guitar strings giving it an Island-esque vibe. What do you think of Gotti's verse? Trainor's sophomore effort is due out on May 13th, and if this is something you like, you can go ahead and cop it on iTunes.
Order More (Remix)
G-Eazy Feat. Lil Wayne & Yo Gotti
If you're a G-Eazy fan, you're already very familiar with "Order More," one of the more immediate records from the rapper's recent When It's Dark Out LP. For those who haven't been paying attention to the G-Eazy wave, The Bay emcee has shared a new remix of the track that recruits both Lil Wayne and Yo Gotti, which should earn it quite a few more ears.
Shake Sum (Young & Reckless)
Young Dolph took some shots at Yo Gotti & Blac Youngsta in his verse on yesterday’s “Trouble” remix, and it looks like Gotti and Youngsta noticed.
Harvey Stripes Feat. Yo Gotti
It's been a long minute since we heard from Toronto upstart Harvey Stripes. The rapper dropped off his last record in summer 2015, with a French Montana feature on "Paid 2." In the meantime, it appears he's been putting in work-- locking in more collaborations as he preps a new mixtape. Today he's ready to make his return, and enlists Yo Gotti on "For Real," an anthem for all the real ones out there.
Yo Gotti Feat. Lil Wayne
It's tough to beat "Down In The DM," but if that's what you're looking to accomplish, enlisting Lil Wayne and Mike WiLL certainly seems like a good route. "Bible," a new track from Gotti's imminent The Art Of Hustle album, builds on the high BPM creepiness of it's predecessor, but hits with just a bit more energy, as Wayne brings some animated auto-tuned vocals while the producer provides a pummeling bassline.
Yo Gotti Feat. K. Michelle
Last night, singer/Love & Hip Hop star K. Michelle shared a remix to Yo Gotti's hit single "Down in the DM." Little did we know that she would be teaming up with the CMG boss the following day -- for Gotti's new track "My City," which will appear on his upcoming album, The Art of Hustle, out February 19.
Yo Gotti Feat. Future
Big day for Yo Gotti. Earlier today, he unveiled the official remix to his hit single "Down in the DM," featuring a couple of show-stopping verses from Nicki Minaj, and he's already back with another high-profile collab -- this time alongside Future.
Down In The DM (Remix)
Yo Gotti Feat. Nicki Minaj
Yesterday Gotti began promoting his Nicki Minaj-featured "Down in the DM" remix with a clever little Instagram video that showed Nicki sending a few DMs of her own. This, paired with an interview he did with Instagram itself about DM-hitting protocol, was ample promotion for the remix, not to mention the album, The Art of Hustle.
Who Dey Rockin' Wit
Trae Tha Truth Feat. Yo Gotti
We’re only a couple days away from Trae Tha Truth’s upcoming album Tha Truth Pt. 2, but before it arrives, the Houston native decides to come through and share a new song in its support called “Who Dey Rockin’ Wit” featuring Yo Gotti.
Yo Gotti Feat. LunchMoney Lewis
In case you've been living under a rock for the last couple months, Yo Gotti's "Down in the DM" has been wreaking havoc on the urban charts ("My DM just caught a body!") Before Gotti starts pushing his album, he shares a treat for the fans in the form of "Again," a loose release premiered by HNHH.
Shittin On You
Troy Ave Feat. Yo Gotti
As expected, Brooklyn’s own Troy Ave came through today and released the third installment in his holiday series White Christmas. Laced with 11 tracks in total, the follow up to his Major Without A Deal (Reloaded) project features guest contributions from Yo Gotti, Jadey Jade, Chase N Cashe, Yankee, and more.
Remy Ma Feat. Yo Gotti & Rick Ross
Remy Ma has been out of jail for a minute, and while she's released a handful of hot tracks, we're still waiting on her official comeback album. Her new single "Hands Down," sounds like a promise of what's to come, as Remy heads south to collaborate with Rick Ross and Yo Gotti. With "Down In the DM" quickly gunning toward smash status, it was a no-brainer to put Gotti on the hook, while Rozay is always reliable on the 16s.
Curren$y may have just dropped a new album on Friday, one of his biggest yet, with Canal St. Confidential rounding up features from Future, Ty Dolla $ign, Wiz Khalifa, Lil Wayne and more. In case that's not enough, Spitta returns this Monday morning with a rework of Yo Gotti's "Down in the DMs." The record has inadvertently become a hit single for Gotti.