The Memphis independent Rap veteran hopes that December 21 will see his J Records debut, featuring production by Drumma Boy and J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League.
Memphis, Tennessee rapper Yo Gotti has been a staple in the independent Hip Hop community for the last decade. Although he’s achieved success with the now defunct label TVT Records, the rapper, who was among the first to release material with Nicki Minaj, has yet to have a major label album.
Now signed to J Records, Gotti will hope to change this on December 21, 2010. Live From The Kitchen is has been announced, by Amazon, to release then. The release was once said to have production from Drumma Boy and J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League.
Less than a year ago, Gotti told HipHopDX, “My main focus with the album is to try and make it a classic. I worked with so many producers [that] I can’t even remember all of them. J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, [DJ] Toomp, Drumma Boy, Cool & Dre, and a whole bunch of up and coming producers. I got a track with Rick Ross, I got a track with Lil Wayne. I’ve recorded close to 100 songs, and we’re only going to pick 16 for this project so we’ve been putting in a lot of work.”