Peter Bailey continues his critically-acclaimed NiteCap series meeting up with Yo Gotti inside his South Beach residence where the Memphis emcee opens up about his drug-dealing past, the exploitation of street life and his hopes to bring jobs to Memphis.
Dog I really respect what you're doing!!!!!Simon Potter
Your a good man I've watched several of your interviews and I support everything your doing,keep up the good work.Hayven Moses
if your in the "screets" and your bragging about it and think its cool...............then u are a dumb ass nigga who will be dead before ur 25Percy Sherrod
screets or streets???? damnPercy Sherrod
word thoEric Delshun Music Page
I really like how from the rappers perspective you get that they actually made it out the hood and became successful. Being from and still in it. Still being here is an individuals choice. But the problem is we are not aware that we have a choice. I look at it as proof that we all are unique. Especially in the scope through which we see the world. Rappers just play from there paradigm or lens that they witness and experience the world around them. Truth is everyone has the responsibility to take care of themselves. Leaving the quality of their life completely up to them. Find a way to express yourself and make that pay the bills and take care of your people.Jacoby Christaw
I believe that peter tries to get the people that he interviews to realize that there music is negative and that they do it by exploiting the struggles of people who really live that life. But he beats around the bush with the questions so that he doesnt seem to come off as judging themRicka Vessel
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Gotti looking so good😘😘😘Janay Belford
Really sad..self inflicted wound..I mean a drug dealer pushes all kinds of death on his people, I say his people coz we all know that he aint went to no white neighbor hood and sold no dope... destroy lives, destroy families, then say his city is on the poverty list so he gone open a store and restaurant and provide jobs for the same babies that he helped enter the world all strung out and mess up....dayum......bigmack6112
YO GOTTI IS A ONE OUT OF A MILLION RAPPER HE IS SO DEFFRENT RESPECT GOTTIGALAXYKODE ENT STREETMUZIK
gotti that dude in the streets and in the main stream industry but somebody got to tell him just to shave it off... his barber prolly the indian from the old movie "thinner" just uses a finger to do his edge upgrand dini
This just made me strive ten times harder, because these are the type of people that everybody should surround there selves with. 100 much respect!!Dominique Fleming
I would love to see Red Cafe on this programKeith Henry
Educated dude. Get your knowledge out a bit more in the open. More power to u brother.Johnny Swerves
That quote at the end is the thing that i heard him say that stuck with me! That quote should be plastered all over social media!!!Chris Dodges
Yo Gotti is a G.Ice Clone
Can't listen to this, has a bad influence on my conscious. Justifying and glorifying a illegal/criminal lifestyle. Until these artists take a seat and actually do something for us all as a people, black people will always be seen as a laughing stock. Be aware & conscious. These artists love you no more. They love money. Gotti the only street music I'd listen too.Cameron Shaw
Yo Gotti a smart ass personkadmiel kelome
Peter Bailey debuts the first episode of his interactive new series sharing the real life stories of America's most promising young entrepreneurs of color in an entertaining format integrating theatrical and musical performances. Up first Brian Brackeen, whose facial recognition company earned him recognition as "tech entrepreneur of the year" by Black Enterprise magazine shares his provocative story.
Award-winning Author Peter Bailey takes viewers on a journey to the past in re-telling the story of how he was inspired to create his new series "NiteCap Next" focused on empowering entrepreneurs of color.
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This fall Peter Bailey brings his critically-acclaimed NiteCap series to entrepreneurs in the form of NiteCap Next. The live staged show, backed by the prestigious Knight Foundation aims to empower the nation's most promising entrepreneurs of color.