Collective Music Group is one of the premier labels in the Hip Hop industry and things are looking to go even higher for the company.

On Thursday (February 10), CMG held a press conference in Los Angeles, California, hosted by Billboard Hip Hop editor Carl Lamarre to announce what was in store for Yo Gotti and his roster of talent. One of the biggest news to come out was 42 Dugg and EST Gee joining forces for a collaborative album.

Last Ones Left,” 42 Dugg said during the press conference. “Me and Gee, you know, that shit coming soon. We finishing it up right now. Just be ready for it.”

The album is slated to arrive on February 18 and comes after the HipHopDX Rising Stars had successful campaigns in 2021. 42 is coming off his May 2021 release Free Dem Boyz which debuted at No. 8 on the Billboard 200 chart. EST Gee released two albums in 2021, Bigger Than Life or Death, which debuted at No. 7 on the 200 chart, and its sequel that landed at No. 65, Bigger Than Life or Death, Pt. 2.

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As if the collaborative album wasn’t enough, Yo Gotti announced Mozzy would be joining Collective Music Group.

“I always wanted to work with an artist from the West Coast,” Yo Gotti revealed on stage. “After years of having big conversations, running into each other and sharing ideas, we come here tonight to let you know, we’re bringing our dawg Mozzy into CMG.”

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Mozzy added, “Overdue, overdue, out the gate,” he said. “Big dawg been tappin’ in with me. I’m talkin’ about even before a n-gga career even popped … We had conversations, he told me there was a seat at the table. I had to get my life right, tie up a couple of loose ends. I tied them motherfuckers up, we here now.