Yo Gotti bought the Los Angeles County mansion for $7.6 million in 2021, but the CMG head honcho is ready to sell it.
Mozzy delivered his seventh studio album, which includes features from his CMG labelmates, YG, 2 Chainz, Roddy Ricch, Saweetie, and more.
Elijah Hyman threatened to shoot fans leaving Yo Gotti’s annual Birthday Bash, which was held at the FedEx Forum in Memphis.
The suspect reportedly wanted to kill himself and everyone he saw.
Yo Gotti declared, “You ain’t never seen this many gangstas in the same squad,” teasing the CMG collaborative effort “Gangsta Art.”
Yo Gotti and the CMG collective could also be coming to ESPN during the NBA Finals after the outlet teased a possible appearance.
The CMG boss is headed to Texas for a special celebration.
Yo Gotti’s Collective Music Group is home to artists such as Moneybagg Yo, EST Gee, 42 Dugg, Mozzy and Lehla Samia.
Check out photos of the CMG leader’s new luxury automobiles.
The CMG leader promises surprises and special performances.
Draymond Green might be a rival of Memphis on the basketball court, but he had some wise words of unity for the city’s rappers!
Yo Gotti added the R&B singer in line with his focus on “building the biggest and most versatile force in the music industry.”
The Roc Nation reps took action after multiple people died in the state’s custody.
Working and working you know he deserve it!
Check out the CMG rappers’ new visuals.
It is a blessing that everyone survived.
Police have released some details regarding the murder of Memphis rapper Snootie Wild, who was shot and killed in Houston.
Roc Nation is producing a documentary series about the infamous Parchman prison, which was sued by Jay-Z and others over inhumane conditions.
The CMG leader now has five career Top 10 projects.
Yo Gotti revealed Mozzy would be joining CMG and made “major announcements” including an upcoming joint project from 42 Dugg and EST Gee.