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.”


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Users Flooding CMG Management Page For Recognition

Yo Gotti seems to have his foot on the gas as the CMG Management Team has its own Instagram page, which has amassed over 9,000 interested users. Many interested users have begun to flood the comment section hoping to land under the radar of the rapper.

“I’m 18 been rapping for a year nobody helping me doing this myself I just need ah chance I might not have the most money or people behind me but Best believe ima put the most work in,” Instagram user mari.baggz wrote.

And it appears CMG’s ventures are not only expanding but its signees are too. According to HipHopDX, just last week, Mozzy joined the CMG crew. The rapper joins Moneybagg Yo, Blac Youngsta, 4 Dugg, Snootie Wild, Zed Zill, and Wave-Chapelle.