Rap star Yo Gotti continues to flex as an entrepreneur with the expansion of his CMG record label.
Earlier tonight (January 26th) Yo Gotti signed buzzing rapper EST Gee to a $750,000 deal with the record label. Yo Gotti counted out $750,000 in cash in the recording studio, which he presented to the rising Louisville, Kentucky rapper.
EST Gee started rapping around late 2015, as he shuttled between Houston and Louisville, after getting involved in the streets. He caught a drug trafficking charge in 2016, and unfortunately, was shot five times in 2019.
Despite the setbacks, EST Gee stayed focused on his rap career, and developing his skills as an excellent storyteller.
In December of 2020, he released his standout project Ion Feel Nun, which featured guest appearances from Icewear Vezzo, Sada Baby, and Payroll Giovani.
The “Gram Life” rapper reloaded with a second version of the project called I Still Don’t Feel Nun, which featured Moneybagg Yo, Kevin Gates, 42 Dugg, and his longtime hometown friend, Jack Harlow.
Earlier this month, EST Gee and 42 Dugg dropped the video for their collaborative single “Members Only” and last week, he made a high-profile appearance with Jack Harlow on “The Jimmy Kimmel Live!” show.
Yo Gotti’s CMG imprint has some of the hottest rappers in the game signed to the label. In addition to Yo Gotti himself, Kush Money, Black Youngsta, Moneybagg Yo, 42 Dugg and now EST Gee.
Check out Yo Gotti counting out the life-changing fortune below: