Yo Gotti and K. Michelle teamed up for a somber record about their hometown of Memphis.
Gotti speaks on the urban despair afflicting the city’s impoverished communities. Gotti immediately tells listeners in his track’s opening that he had no desire to be a doctor or a lawyer when he was a kid.
In Gotti’s words, he says, “My teacher asked me what I wanted to be. I stood in front of the whole class and told her I wanted to be a gangster.”
Gotti continues, rapping, “Young n****s like Isis/Killing like they got a license/Life used to be priceless, now it’s worthless/N****s going on mission it ain’t even worth it/Lil homie chill.”
Listen to Gotti’s record above.
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