Yo Gotti Feat. Meek Mill "Fuck You" Video
Yo Gotti Feat. Meek Mill
Yo Gotti takes us back to 2013 for a minute, after cooking up a music video for his "Fuck You" collaboration with Meek Mill. The song first appeared on the Memphis native's Nov. 19th mixtape, but it still goes.
Lil Wayne Feat. Future, Yo Gotti "Cross Me" Video
Lil Wayne Feat. Future & Yo Gotti
Revisiting his No Ceilings 2 mixtape, Lil Wayne decides to come through today and share the official video for his Yo Gotti & Future-assisted record “Cross Me.”
Yo Gotti Feat. E-40 "Law" Video
Yo Gotti Feat. E-40
Yo Gotti continues to roll out new videos in support of his latest album The Art Of Hustle. After hitting us with “Down In The DM,” “The Art Of Hustle,” and “Hunnid” recently, the Memphis rapper decides to keep it moving tonight by sharing another clip for us called “Law” featuring E-40.
Watch Yo Gotti Perform "Down In The DM" At The Fader Fort
Before OVO took over the remainder of the night with a surprise label showcase, Yo Gotti warmed up the crowd with the biggest hit of his career, as well as one of the biggest rap hits of the past few months: "Down in the DM." The song has blown up due to its relevancy across a few social media platforms -- and their capacity for illicit means of communication. Gotti got the crowd ready to get down by asking them to get out their cellphones and telling them to "Snapchat me that pussy!"
Yo Gotti Feat. Pusha T "Hunnid" Video (Prod. Honorable C.N.O.T.E.)
Yo Gotti Feat. Pusha T
Yo Gotti's new album The Art of Hustle features Lil Wayne, Future, 2 Chainz, & Timbaland. But one could quite easily argue the best feature on the album is Pusha T, for his verse on "Hunnid." As great as "Hunnid" is, its music video may be even better.
Yo Gotti & Travis Barker Perform "Down In The DM" On Jimmy Kimmel
Yo Gotti stopped by 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' to promote his new album The Art of Hustle with a performance of "Down in the DM," his biggest hit ever. You peeped that Nicki Minaj remix yet?
Yo Gotti "The Art Of Hustle" Video
To coincide with the release of his new album The Art Of Hustle, Memphis vet Yo Gotti decides to come through today and share a new video in its support for the title track. Coming fresh out of the jail, Gotti plays the part of a true boss and portrays the art of the hustle in this street video directed by Eif Rivera. It follows up to his latest video for “Down In The DM.” Check it out.
Yo Gotti & Blac Youngsta Breakfast Club Interview
Yo Gotti & Blac Youngsta
CMG artist Blac Youngsta was recently in the news after he was arrested following an alleged $200,000 withdrawal from Wells Fargo bank in Atlanta. There's been a lot of confusion since, with the bank at one point suggesting the rapper didn't even have an account with them, to which Youngsta responded with what appeared to be proof that he did.
Yo Gotti "Down In The DM" Video
"Down in the DM" has been one of the biggest rap songs of the past couple of months -- and certainly the biggest of Yo Gotti's career. Earlier today, the CMG boss unveiled the official remix, which was done justice with a couple of thirst-trapping verses from Nicki Minaj, and now it's time for the official video.
Yo Gotti Previews Remix Of “Down In the DM” Featuring Nicki Minaj
Yo Gotti Feat. Nicki Minaj
Well it looks like Yo Gotti’s smash hit “Down In The DM,” is about get even bigger real soon. Tonight, the Memphis rapper took to twitter and teased a preview of an upcoming remix with Nicki Minaj on it!
Yo Gotti Feat. Fetty Wap "Tell Me" Video
Yo Gotti Feat. Fetty Wap
Yo Gotti had a stellar latter half to 2015, dropping two mixtapes, The Return and Any Hood America. The former provided a few more hits, starting with "Down in the DM," which has proven to be the biggest track of Gotti's career. The Return also contained a collab with Fetty Wap, "Tell Me," that boasts surprisingly poppy production from Zaytoven. It's surprising "Tell Me" hasn't quite followed the success of "Down in the DM" yet, but the new video should take it to new heights.
Yo Gotti "Legendary" Video
Yo Gotti is still cruising off the success of his surprise smash, "Down In The DM," but he's making sure to keep the new music coming anyway. Today, he shares the video for "Legendary," a track from his new CM8 mixtape, and the feel of this one is not too far off from "DM," using a very ambient synth sound that keeps the energy low and creepy.If this is a new lane for Gotti, we're here for it. Hopefully this one can follow-up "DM" in a big way. Think it could be a hit? Let us know in the comments below.
Yo Gotti "Designer Party" Video
Yo Gotti's "Down in the DM" is on its way up the charts, currently sitting at No. 36. We're eagerly awaiting that music video, though in the meantime, the CMG boss has dropped off a visual to the track "Designer Party" which boasts a similar sound, and humorous appeal, to "Down in the DM."
Yo Gotti's Rules To Getting Down In The DM
Yo Gotti recently sat down with the good people at Genius to talk about the correct way to jump into someone’s DM, something he made more popular thanks to his hit record “Down In My DM.” Running through his “rule book,”Gotti says no screenshots are allowed, you must do your research prior, be consistent, don’t be fake, keep it 100, and more. Check out the brief, 1-minute clip above. When you’re done, be sure to revisit his latest body of work, C8: Any Hood America, if you haven’t.
Remy Ma Feat. Rick Ross, Yo Gotti "Hands Down" Video
Remy Ma Feat. Rick Ross & Yo Gotti
Remy Ma has been out of prison for over a year now. Released from incarceration a new woman, she has had plenty of time to plot her comeback album. This past weekend, she dropped a track called "Hands Down" that featured the hook talents of Yo Gotti and a verse from Rick Ross. This morning, the New York femcee and Love & Hip Hop star liberates the track's music video.
Yo Gotti On The Breakfast Club
While we still have no idea where The Art of Hustle is, or how far away it is exactly, that's not stopping Yo Gotti from doing some press runs. The Memphis-bred MC took a trip to NYC recently, where he was a guest on Power 105.1's morning show, the infamous Breakfast Club.
Yo Gotti Talks Upcoming Music, Sliding Into DM’s, & More On Hot 97
While out NYC this week, Yo Gotti took time out of his busy schedule to stop by the Hot 97 studios and chop it up with the gang from Ebro In The Morning. Sitting down for 20 minutes, the Memphis rapper talked about his upcoming music, mentality he had when he first entered the game, why he doesn’t drink or smoke, sliding into DM’s, painting his cars the color Tiffany blue, and more. If you’re a fan of Gotti or just the Ebro show, then I strongly recommend checking this one out.
Dj E-Feezy Feat. Yo Gotti, Ace Hood "Shout Out" Video
Dj E-Feezy Feat. Yo Gotti & Ace Hood
In support of his latest project, The Wolf Of South Beach, Miami’s own DJ E-Feezy decides to come through and share the official video for the project’s intro track “Shout Out” featuring Yo Gotti & Ace Hood. With plenty of eye candy to go around, watch as Gotti & Ace Hood take over the fiery streets and stunt hard for the cameras in this Young Chang-directed clip above.
Yo Gotti "Oh Well" Video
Yo Gotti's productive 2015 continues with a new video for "Oh Well," which appeared on his September mixtape The Return. "Oh Well" the song captures the Cocaine Muzik Group head honcho's more reflective side, and the video has him on a dramatically lit rooftop and on a staircase, rapping about how little kids look up to him but don't know he sold their parents drugs.
Yo Gotti Feat. Blac Youngsta & Boosie Badazz "The Good Die Young" Video
Yo Gotti Feat. Blac Youngsta & Boosie Badazz
Yo Gotti has made an effort to scout new talent over the last few years, taking Snootie Wild, among others under his wing. The Memphis' rapper's most recent artist is Blac Youngsta, whose vocal style bears a strong resemblance to Rich Homie Quan's (though, if we're being real, Quan reminded us a whole lot of Future the first time we heard him).