Yo Gotti

American rapper Yo Gotti has released eight studio albums, 16 mixtapes and 17 singles (plus 15 as featured artist). After several guest appearances, mixtapes and independent releases, he released his major-label debut album Live from the Kitchen, in 2012.

In early 2013, Gotti announced that he and his label CMG had been signed to a distribution deal with Epic Records from longtime business partner L.A. Reid. On 28 May 2013, Yo Gotti announced that his sixth studio album would be titled I Am. The first single from his sixth studio album I Am is titled “Act Right” and features Young Jeezy and YG. The song debuted at #5 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart and at #39 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. As of 21 September, it has peaked at #100 on the Hot 100.

Making it Gotti and YG’s third Hot 100 entry, #33 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart and at #24 on the Rap Songs chart. In July 2013, it was announced that the album would be released on 19 November 2013. On 22 August 2013, he announced the I Am Tour Dates, a tour in promotion of I Am which ran from 14 September 2013, until 19 November 2013, with supporting acts including YG, Zed Zilla, Shy Glizzy and Cash Out. 2 September 2013, Yo Gotti released the mixtape Nov 19th: The Mixtape in promotion for the album.

On 7 October 2013, the album’s second official single “King Shit” featuring T.I. was sent to mainstream urban radio in the United States. On 15 October 2013, the music video for “King Shit” featuring T.I. was released. “King Shit” has since peaked at five on the US Billboard Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart. On 27 October 2013, Yo Gotti premiered the album’s third single, “Cold Blood” featuring rapper J. Cole and Canei Finch.

On 1 February 2016, Yo Gotti released the official cover art for both the standard and deluxe versions of The Art of Hustle, and the release date of the album. The album released on 19 February 2016, and peaked at number 4 on the Billboard 200. The album’s lead single “Down in the DM” (featuring Nicki Minaj on the remix) peaked at number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 and became Gotti’s highest charting single in the country. In August 2016, singer Meghan Trainor released “Better” featuring Gotti, as the third single from her second major-label album, Thank You. Gotti closed out 2016 with the announcement of a deal with Jay Z and his Roc Nation label, in partnership with his own CMG (Collective Music Group) imprint.


Artist: Yo Gotti
Title: Down In the DM
Album: The Art of Hustle
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Artist: Yo Gotti
Title: I Know (Explicit)
Album: I Am (Explicit)
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Artist: Yo Gotti
Title: Harder (Rick Ross)
Album: Live from the Kitchen (Explicit)
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Artist: Yo Gotti
Title: That’s What’s Up
Album: Back 2 da Basics
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Artist: Yo Gotti
Title: Toss the Bitch
Album: Self-Explanatory
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Artist: Yo Gotti
Title: Rebellious Nigga
Album: From Da Dope Game 2 Da Rap Game
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Artist: Yo Gotti
Title: Castro (Explicit)
Album: White Friday (CM9)
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Artist: Yo Gotti
Title: Rico (Freestyle)
Album: The Return of Cocaine Muzik, Pt. 2 (EP)
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Studio albums

The Art of Hustle (2016 Label: CMG, Epic), I Am (2013 Label: CMG, Epic), Live from the Kitchen (2012 Label: Polo Grounds, RCA), Back 2 da Basics (2006 Label: TVT), Life (2003 Label: TVT), Self-Explanatory (2001 Label: Inevitable), From da Dope Game 2 da Rap Game (2000 Label: Inevitable), Youngsta’s on a Come Up (1996 Label: Crime Lordz, Gimi Sum).


White Friday (CM9) (2016 Label: Collective Music Group), Cocaine Muzik 8: Any Hood America (2015), The Return (2015), The Return of Cocaine Muzik Pt. 2 (2015), The Return of Cocaine Muzik (2015), Concealed (2015), Chapter One (with CMG) (2014), Nov 19th: The Mixtape (2013 Label: Self-released), Cocaine Muzik 7: The World Is Yours (2012 Label: Self-released), January 10th: The Mixtape (2011 Label: Self-released), Cocaine Muzik 6: Gangster of the Year (2011 Label: Self-released), Cocaine Muzik 5: White Friday (2010 Label: Self-released), Cocaine Muzik 4.5: Da Documentary (2010 Label: Self-released), Cocaine Muzik 4 (with Zedzilla) (2010 Label: Inevitable), Cocaine Muzik 3 (2009 Label: Inevitable), Cocaine Muzik 2 (2009 Label: Inevitable, TVT), Definition of a G (with Gucci Mane) (2008 Label: So Icey), Cocaine Muzik (2008 Label: Inevitable), I Told U So (with DJ Drama) (2006 Label: 101 Distribution), Full Time Hustlin’ (2006 Label: BCD).

As lead artist

“Blah Blah Blah” (2017 Album White Friday (CM9)), “Weatherman” (featuring Kodak Black) (2016 Album White Friday (CM9)), “Castro” (featuring Kanye West, Quavo, Big Sean, and 2 Chainz) (2016 Album White Friday (CM9)), “Wait For It” (featuring Blac Youngsta) (non-album single), “Champions” (with Kanye West, Gucci Mane, Big Sean, 2 Chainz, Travis Scott, Quavo and Desiigner) (2016 Album Cruel Winter), “Law” (featuring E-40) (Album The Art of Hustle), “Down in the DM” (2015 Album The Art of Hustle), “Rihanna” (featuring Young Thug) (2015 non-album singles), “11/11” (2014 non-album singles), “Errrbody” (2014 non-album singles), “I Know” (featuring Rich Homie Quan) (2013 Album I Am), “Cold Blood” (featuring J. Cole and Canei Finch) (2013 Album I Am), “King Shit” (featuring T.I.) (2013 Album I Am).

“Act Right” (featuring Jeezy and YG) (2013 Album I Am), “I Got That Sack” (2012 Album January 10th (The Mixtape)), “Single” (2011 Album Live from the Kitchen), “We Can Get It On” (2011 Album Live from the Kitchen), “Women Lie, Men Lie” (featuring Lil Wayne) (2009 non-album singles), “5 Star” (2009 non-album singles), “Sold Out” (2009 Album CM2), “Let’s Vibe” (featuring Pretty Ricky) (2007 non-album single), “I Got Them” (featuring Lil Wayne and Birdman) (2006 Album Back 2 da Basics), “Gangsta Party” (featuring Bun B and 8Ball) (2005 Album Back 2 da Basics), “Full Time” (2005 Album Back 2 da Basics).

As featured artist

“Better” (Meghan Trainor) (2016 Album Thank You), “Run the Check Up” (DJ Infamous featuring Jeezy, Ludacris) (2016 Album Talk 2 Me), “Somethin’ Right” (DJ Infamous featuring Big K.R.I.T.) (2014 Album TBA), “Maybe” (Teyana Taylor featuring Pusha T) (2014 Album VII), “Turn Up For a Check” (K Camp featuring Yo Gotti) (Album In Due Time), “Yayo” (Snootie Wild featuring Yo Gotti) (2014 Album Go Mode), “Don’t Worry ‘Bout It” (50 Cent featuring Yo Gotti) (Album Animal Ambition), “Hoe” (Kirko Bangz featuring YG and Yo Gotti) (2014 Album Bigger Than Me), “Numb” (August Alsina featuring B.o.B and Yo Gotti) (2013 Album Testimony), “4 What” (DJ Drama featuring Young Jeezy, Yo Gotti and Juicy J) (2013 Album Quality Street Music 2).

“Hood Rich Anthem” (DJ Scream featuring 2 Chainz, Future, Waka Flocka Flame, Yo Gotti and Gucci Mane) (2012 Album Long Live the Hustle), “I Know What She Like” (Yung Joc featuring Yo Gotti) (2011 Album Mr. Robinson’s Neighborhood), “Countin’ Money” (Bun B featuring Yo Gotti and Gucci Mane) (2010 Album Trill OG), “All White Everything” (Young Jeezy featuring Yo Gotti) (Non-album single), “Hood Bitch Fetish” (Dorrough featuring Yo Gotti) ((2010 Album Get Big), “Blockstars” (DJ Kayslay featuring Ray J, Yo Gotti, Jim Jones and Busta Rhymes) (2009 Album More Than Just a DJ), “Ridiculous” (DJ Drama featuring Gucci Mane, Yo Gotti, Lonnie Mac and OJ da Juiceman) (2009 Album Gangsta Grillz: The Album (Vol. 2).

Promotional singles

“General” (featuring Future) (2016 Album The Art of Hustle), “For the Hood” (featuring Gucci Mane) (2010 Non-album singles), “Look In the Mirror” (2010 Non-album singles), “5 Star” (Remix) (featuring Gucci Mane, Trina and Nicki Minaj) (2009 Album Live from the Kitchen).

Other charted songs

“Don’t Shoot” (The Game featuring Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Diddy, Fabolous, Wale, DJ Khaled, Swizz Beatz, Yo Gotti, Currensy, Problem, King Pharoah and TGT) (2014 Non-album single), “F-U” (featuring Meek Mill) (2014 Album I Am), “Harder” (featuring Rick Ross) (2012 Album Live from the Kitchen), “Meet Me In the Tunnel” (Mo-Pain featuring Yo Gotti and Chubbie) (2011 Non-album single), “Boo” (2 Chainz featuring Yo Gotti) (2010 Album Trap-A-Velli 2 (The Residue)).

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