American rapper, songwriter, and record executive, Mario Sentell Giden Mims, known professionally as Yo Gotti has recruited more musicians to the CMG roster in the last two years, transforming it into one of the most difficult rap companies on the market.
Following the announcement of Glorilla, Gotti said that the CMG camp will release a compilation effort named Gangsta Art. The rapper released a couple tracks prior to the release of the official trailer.
Gotti released the official tracklist for the project a few days before its release. With a total of 27 tracks, it seems like everyone on CMG will have plenty of opportunities to shine. Moneybagg Yo’s “See What I’m Sayin,” “Rocky Road,” and his most recent hit, “Steppers,” are all on the list. Gotti seems to be withholding the song credits until the whole record is released on Friday.