The Yo Gotti 5 Star Chick Remix has become one of the hottest tracks in the rap industry. As soon as various versions of 5 Star Bitch were released, many people kept requesting it on their radio stations. This track was recorded to be featured on Yo Gotti’s album “Live From The Kitchen” which had a 2010 release date. The original version of this song was hot, but when Gotti lined up the perfect collaborations, it got even better. He got the beautiful Nicki Minaj, Trina, and his long time comrade Gucci Mane and they made another instant classic track (following up Gucci Mane and Yo Gotti Bricks) and a video to go along with it.
Unreleased Remix vs. Official Remix
What you may not know is that there was a verse contributed by Lil Boosie and it was featured on the unreleased 5 Star Remix. In case you were wondering, that version did not have Nicki Minaj, but it did have the same verses from everybody else. They wanted to balance the track out as well as possible and come up with a dope video for it. Since its release in 2009, the video has gone on to get nearly 7 million plays alone on YouTube – which is crazy for it being relatively new. The first verse on the remix is contributed by Gucci Mane and he absolutely kills it.
Yo Gotti on the Chorus
The chorus done by Yo Gotti was off the chain and it pushed the track to be one of the best in the game today. The chorus repeats, “That’s a 5 star chick, man that’s a five star chick, if your credit score high, feet and nails stay fly, keep ya juice box wet, I want a five star chick, I need a 5 star chick, I need a 5 star chick, I want a five star chick. After Gotti’s verse, Trina hops on the track and the self-proclaimed baddest bitch drops a hot verse.
Yo Gotti 5 Star Chick Remix (Video) (feat. Gucci Mane, Nicki Minaj, Trina)
You can view the video above if you haven’t seen it or just want to watch it again. The very last verse comes from Young Money’s own Nicki Minaj. She is known as one of the hottest upcoming artists in the game today and has a very unique style. You already knew that Yo Gotti was going to drop a bomb on the game with a track like this for his next album. Make sure that you stay up on the latest and take a close listen to the lyrics to find out what makes up a 5 Star Chick.
A lot of fans dig the Yo GottiBricks song that he did with Gucci Mane and Yung Ralph. This was not Gotti’s track, but Gucci reached out and they collaborated once again to make another classic. It seems as though whenever these two get together, some more heat is created. Not only does the street family of each artist respect the other, but these artists have a bond that most do not have. It’s always good to see two top notch hip hop musicians working together to make hits instead of beefing. Yung Ralph is a real dude and he also joined the two on the track to make one heck of a banger.
Bricks All White Bricks Light Tan Bricks
This song became so popular that a remix was even created that featured Fabolous, Shawty Lo, OJ Da Juiceman, and 8 Ball & MJG (two artists that are also from Memphis). If you listen closely and understand what is being referenced in this song, then you’ll realize how real the track is for the artists. A lot of people in the game make up lies in order to change their image to be more favorable with the mainstream crowd. If you know anything about the way the rap culture works, then you would know that people respect others that are real and true to themselves.
Why This Is A Classic
You cannot possibly get respect by making a classic song like Bricks by Yo Gotti, Gucci Mane, and Yung Ralph if you are not being real. The artist that made this track were a perfect fit for it and that’s the reason it became such a hood classic. In case you do not know, the song was produced by Zaytoven, who is considered one of the hottest modern day producers of the south. This producer does a lot of tracks for Gucci, but he has linked up with Gotti as well – real recognize real.
Yo Gotti & Gucci Mane – Bricks (Video)
There is even a music video that goes along with this banger of a track which can be found on some Yo Gotti mixtapes as well as Gucci Mane’s “The State vs. Radric Davis” album. The video can be watched above and features Nicki Minaj. There are plenty of guests in this dope video including Waka Flocka Flame who is signed with Gucci’s So Icey Entertainment label. The lyrics on this are impeccable and the chorus could not have been done any better. Yo Gotti spits the third verse with some crazy lines like “I got that Slim Shady, call it 8 Mile.” Give it a good listen and see what’s good.
One of Yo Gotti’s first albums came in 2003 through the label TVT Records. A lot of people did not initially know about this project because he was not as popular on the scene back then as he is today. Despite the fact that less people knew him, he still had a lot of support in Memphis, TN – where he was from and grew up. A lot of people had been hearing about him and his buzz and decided to pick up a copy of this album. Not only were they impressed, but for most people, it quickly became one of their favorite rap albums. If you are from the state of Tennessee, then you have got to know who Gotti is because he hustles everywhere.
Yo Gotti’s Takeover Begins
Some people were completely blown away by the realness that was displayed on Life by Yo Gotti. Before hearing this for the first time, many people were expecting just another rapper from the dirty south trying to make it big. Not only did rapper Yo Gotti prove that he was not just “another rapper,” but he proved that he had skill to be considered one of the best in the entire state. He had a lot of versatile sounds on there and brought some fresh vocals to the local hip hop scene. He was able to clearly make a mark that distinguished himself from the other artists that were trying to do the same thing he was at the time.
Distinct Memphis Sound, Great Production
The stuff that he talks about and rhymes about on the Life album are completely honest and that is part of the reason that people appreciate this piece of work so much. He brings a little bit of old school taste as well as some new sounds that you would not expect. If you listened to the introduction track on this project, then you would realize that there are DJ scratches and it sounds phenomenal. This entire album has that good old Memphis sound that the game needed at the time when it was released. It had elements of jazz, swing, and some other great samples; each track was produced by someone entirely different to keep the fans on their toes.
Yo Gotti Keeps It Real
The best part about Yo Gottis Life is that he always tries to keep it real with the listener. There are some very catch tracks on this release and it is definitely one that you should add to your collection if you haven’t already. A lot of people probably have not heard a raw, yet melodic rapper on an album until this came out. There is no reason that any fan of the hip hop culture should pass up the opportunity to give this a full play through; it is unbelievable.