The rapper behind the smash hit “F.N.F. (Lets Go),” GloRilla, may soon teach us another lesson on the business of music.
Oct 18, 2022
Is Yo Gotti trying to put more artists on game? Following the 64th annual Grammy Awards, it appears rapper Yo Gotti was left with some food for thought. The “Rake It Up” rapper took to Instagram revealing he wants to help other artists get the recognition they deserve, through the expansion of Collective Music Group (CMG). It appears a management division is already in the works. “I just left the Grammys and I figured something out,” Yo Gotti said to his nearly six million followers on Instagram. “I ain’t see enough of the artists we worked with or artists I feel like should be a part of this shit whether it be performing or winning awards… Long story short, I came up with a new idea — a new hustle — From now on, I’m finna start managing artists. It’s a lot of people I think should be at the Grammy’s and other sh*! too. I want to start with two or three artists.” View this post on Instagram A post shared by Yo Gotti (@yogotti)
Apr 6, 2022
This rapper is entering into new territory. As both a rapper and businessman, Yo Gotti helms as the founder of Collective Music Group. The record label has signed heavy hitters like 42 Dugg, Moneybagg Yo and Blac Youngsta. Now, the music boss is stepping into new territory setting his eyes on a new business venture. According to The Washington Post, Yo Gotti has joined petroleum executive Eyob “Joe” Mamo as a part of an investment group for Major League Soccer (MLS) team D.C. United. Other affiliates associated with the group have not been identified but are speculated to be in the national business sector. The group is projected to gain a six percent stake in the MLS if approved. Yo Gotti has reached an agreement to purchase a minority stake in D.C. United, per @novy_williams . The rapper is part of a group that will gain about a 6% stake in the MLS club, pending approval. In June, RB Mark Ingram also invested in the team at a valuation of about $710M. pic.twitter.com/v5vUaHhWXb —...
Sep 14, 2021