The single is the title track from the album, which features Yo Gotti, and the All-Star roster of CMG, including Moneybagg Yo, Blac Youngsta, EST Gee, 42 Dugg, GloRilla, Blocboy JB, Mozzy, Lil Poppa, Big Boogie, Lehla Samia, and 10Percent.
Lehla Samia, lent her voice to the new single, whose video was directed by Ben Marc.
Yo Gotti took to Instagram to announce any unsigned artist will get a chance to earn some money off CM10 by recording a verse on, “Dolla Fo’ Dolla.”
“Ayo, check this out: anybody who put verses on my ‘Dolla Fo’ Dolla’ song, I want to give y’all the whole song,” Gotti said in the video. “This shit simple. I own the masters, it’s my record. I’m giving everybody, every aspiring artist who put a verse on it, a universal clearance on the record. Do whatever you want to do with it. You can put it on YouTube, you can put it on DSPs. You know, there’s Apple, Spotify. You make the paper from it, I ain’t even tripping. I own the masters to my record, I can do that shit for you. No label will ever do no shit like that. It’s simple … That’s my gift to you. It’s my gift to the streets.”
Yo Gotti launched a contest giving an unsigned artist the chance to appear on “Dolla Fo’ Dolla” and hinted that the winner could earn a spot on CMG.
However, it’s unclear if he also bagged himself a CMG deal.
The contest may be over, but that has not stopped Yo Gotti from sharing some of his favorite submissions that didn’t make the cut, and promised to help fund their dreams.