The original founder of “The Hit Squad”, Kebo Gotti is an American rapper who was born on July 27th, from Georgia. There he laid a solid foundation in his community and Rap Career. Gotti later moved to Clayton Co, GA (30349) creating the "Grove Street Movement". In addition to the "Grove Street Movement" Gotti also birthed the "Everything Green" and "Green means GO" movements as a result Gotti successfully merged once revival communities 30337 and 30349. Familiar with the rap industry, Gotti appeared on the Waka Flocka Flame single ,"Grove St. Party", the fourth and final single from Flame's debut album, Flockaveli in 2010.
Kebo Gotti released the single “Look At Me” and this satisfying record will turn you into a fan without intention! The beat was real cool and atmospheric with nice sound effects that showed a different capacity to the production. Kebo Gotti has his own, unique rap voice in which is super individual to who he is as an artist. His articulation, and vocal delivery was nicely executed and we enjoyed every second of it! I liked how he had a slight “southern accent” in his voice, this was able to distinguish him from others. “Look At Me” was laid-back but had enough energy to keep you interested in the song. Far from boring, Kebo Gotti still showcased fun and vibrance in the arrangement of the record. “Look At Me” will be a nice hit to add to our playlists this summer!
Listen to "Look At Me" here and get to know more about Kebo Gotti below!
Welcome to BuzzMusic! Can you tell us about the group “The Hit Squad”?
Hit Squad is a group of individuals who I put together to help run the streets of ATL. We originated from the south side of Atl College Park Ga to be exact. We gain a no nonsense reputation around the city. Hit Squad also the father of the Brick Squad era (1017 Brick Squad, Brick Squad Monopoly etc....) The list goes on just continue to follow me and you will get to know the whole story.
Every artist goes through their own trials and tribulations, what were some of your most challenging moments in your career and how did you overcome them?
Being hard headed staying in trouble, in and out of prison , not believing in myself are my music I was confined to the streets because that’s all I knew at the time I changed my outlook because god got my attention with the lose of my brother and then me being shot 5x (November 30 2018) that was my eye opener.
Tell us about this dope song, “Look At Me”, and the theme behind it!?
Look At Me is based on my life and how people look at you and judge you.
Do you have any direct inspirations for writing this record?
I don’t write I just go in the booth and speak what I feel . My inspiration comes from my trails and tribulations.
What’s next for you?
The takeover for the next 20-30 years!!! I’m here to stay!!!!
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