Fresh off the release of his Lil Wayne collaboration “Bible,” Yo Gotti celebrates “National Hustle Day” with his latest full-length album The Art of Hustle.
The star-studded 15-track effort kicks off with “My City,” which aptly features fellow Memphis native K. Michelle. From there, Lil Wayne guests on “Bible,” E-40 on “Law,” Timbaland on “Smile,” and Future on “General.” Meanwhile, Pusha T shows up on “Hunnid,” 2 Chainz assists on “Luv Deez Hoes,” and Nicki Minaj smashes her guest verse on the “Down in the DM” remix.
Gotti shines on solo tracks, too. “What if I sell a million records, would that change the culture?” he asks on the title track. “Would my ni**as try to betray me ’cause I know they vultures? / Would L.A. Reid see my vision? / That mean Sylvia Rhone, creating a better way to put my people on.”
Production for The Art of Hustle was handled by a slew of beatsmiths, including Timbaland, Ben Billions, Schife, Remo the Hitmaker, Street Symphony, and Infamous.
Stream The Art of Hustle via Spotify and purchase it on iTunes.