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Yo Gotti, Live From The Kitchen

After plenty of delays, buzz and mixtapes, Yo Gotti has finally delivered his debut major label solo album, as he serves as master chef, cooking up hard rhymes over block-hugging beats on Live From The Kitchen. The Memphis rapper sets the tone on this 11-track album with the opener “Testimony,” on which Gotti declares, “Cocaine dose, fish...vicious/Pray the lord forgive a nigga, streets is my religion.” From there, the instrumental for “Harder” bangs through the speakers with Gotti and Rick Ross’ trading fitting tough-talk and gritty rhymes. Gotti also gets five-star assists from the likes 2 Chainz on “Cases” ...

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