The album, to be released this summer by Rap Hustlaz/TVT, combines the skills of several other Southern gentlemen, among them Lil’ Flip and Lil Jon.
The album’s first single, “Dirty South Soldiers,” was released May 13. It was produced by Yo Gotti and Lil Jon..
Also checking in on the CD is the Rap Hustlaz Movement. It’s a clique of in-house producers who, along with Yo Gotti, produced most of the album’s 19 tracks.
“A lot of people rap and just rhyme. They try to do and say what they think is going to sell,” Yo Gotti says. “But it comes to me naturally, because I’ve seen it, done it, or lived it. Most people out here already know that about me, so they can adapt to me rapping about it. They know I know what I’m talking about.”
~ Article by Rhonda Baraka
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