‘CM10’ double album released by Yo Gotti

Yo Gotti is one of Memphis’ greatest artists, and it’s never a bad thing to hear some new music from him. CMG generals have been exerting increasing pressure to get their way for two decades now and quite frankly, the older they get in the industry, the stronger and more powerful they become. Yo Gotti put on the cape and saved the day by exposing the new COVID variants that have been going around, as well as other unfortunate events. Rap fans all over the world got their Thanksgiving early this year. CM10: Free Game, the latest installment of the Cocaine Muzik series, was released today (Feb 4) by the rapper-turned-executive.

Yo Gotti’s 11th studio album CM10 is arguably one of the best albums in his career. Having been a rapper for more than three decades and now serving as one of the biggest music executives of our time, Gotti put his best efforts into this project that is sure to leave a lasting impression with you. He titled the #DollaFoDolla challenge the #DollaFoDolla challenge to give an unsigned artist the chance to be featured on the album’s standout track “Dolla Fo Dolla” so he could get feedback on the recording. As a result of the challenge spreading so widely, soldiers in jails and prisons also participated.

In addition to CM10 being the final release in the series as well as the end of his career, Yo Gotti has also stated CM8 was to be his last project. Hopefully he is lying about this one as well. The majority of the album features the CMG frontman, but the album also includes some killer features including Blac Youngsta, Kodak Black, EST Gee, Moneybagg Yo, 42 Dugg, DaBaby and more.

This article was penned by Jonathan P. Wright. Jonathan is a freelance writer for multiple mainstream publications and CVO of RADIOPUSHERS. You can read more of his work by clicking here. 


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