With over two decades in the rap game, Yo Gotti has done just about everything you can do – from dropping platinum selling records to making major moves on the executive side of things as he continues to help usher in new talent like 42 Dugg, Moneybagg Yo, and others. And while we’re still early in Gotti’s journey, an integral piece of the Memphis-bred CEO’s career is coming to an end.
Fourteen years after releasing his Cocaine Muzik mixtape, Gotti is closing out the series with a tenth and final installment, a double album called CM10: Free Game.
“Still a street n***a by heart, jumping out a Trackhawk, shirt off with my chains on ready for whatever come with this life,” Gotti said while revealing the album’s contrasting artwork. “Through prayer, blessings and hard work, on this project I show you how to go from just a street n***a to an executive street n***a.”
“I’m from Nawf Memphis + Ridgecrest Apts,” he continues. “I represent doing what they say we couldn’t. I represent changing your trajectory. I represent growth. I represent generational wealth. I represent ownership. I display principle. I stand on morals. I display winning without complaining. I’m Big Gotti. Big Phantom. Big Paper!”
Led by “Cold Gangsta” with 42 Dugg and EST Gee, CM10 checks in at 22 songs – split into two sides – with additional features from Moneybagg Yo, Kodak Black, Shenseea, and Blac Youngsta. Press play below and be sure to add the album wherever you get music.