Yo Gotti’s “Mitch” Video Takes Him To The Streets of London

Coming off of a solid 2016 with the success of his latest album, The Art of Hustle and a big look on Kanye West’s mega-anthem, “Champions”, Yo Gotti channels the spirit of the late Harlem legend, Rich Porter a.k.a. Money Makin’ Mitch in the movie Paid in Full on his new banger, “Mitch”. This is his first single from his brand new mixtape he will be releasing this Halloween.

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The King of Memphis travels to London with his CMG crew and some beautiful women in the flashy new video as he travels the city — counting Euros. And it wouldn’t be a Gotti flick if he wasn’t stunting hard with designer kicks and flashy jewels.

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Lyrically he lays the hammer down on this one declaring his hustler supremacy in rap while shouting out his protégé, Black Youngsta, for his flashy ways. However, the bars from the M-Town street veteran that stood out the most were his commentary on the popularity of prescription painkillers and anti-depressants.

“The doctors are the plugs and the trappers are the nurses/Everybody poppin pain pills, guess everybody hurtin’/Perc, Xan, Perc, Xan, guess everybody got anxiety/Trap house got variety, f*ck wrong with society.”

His forthcoming mixtape will be dropping this Halloween.