Yo Gotti hasn't released a full-length project in nearly two years.
He's been busy since Untrapped, signing Louisville standout EST Gee to his Collective Music Group label, and becoming a co-owner of Major League Soccer's D.C. United franchise, but fans have been waiting for new music from the Memphis legend.
Fortunately, they won't be waiting much longer.
Amy Sussman/Getty ImagesToday, Yo Gotti took to Instagram to announce that his new, double album CM10: Free Game, will be available to stream and for purchase on November 26.
Along with a video chronicling his rise to prominence in the Memphis rap scene, and his ascension to music mogul, Yo Gotti explained the context for CM10: Free Game, and broke down how the album will be presented.
"This Project was made for a purpose, it’s Called “Free Game” it’s to give u messages & tell u Da experience of a Young Hustla Dat come from da Hood but ended up in a position no one Expected him to be in , Him being Me , From cutting 2dollars off a Dime bag of weed From touching 6 Figures at 16 I’m From North Memphis , Ridgecrest Apts Dam a lot Done Changed," he wrote. "I only came back to give u da Game ! Da information ! NOVEMBER 26th #BlackFriday I’m going against what everybody told me."
The "For The Record" rapper clarified that the record will come with two sides: the A-side, titled Free, and the B-side, titled Game, and while the double album's tracklist was not revealed, that is almost certainly right around the corner, as Gotti's November 26 release date is just ten days away.
Will you be checking for CM10: Free Game when it drops next Friday? Let us know down in the comments.