Gatti800 Releases ‘G BABY’ Album

Gatti800 makes his SpitFireHipHop debut with his “G BABY” album.

Gatti800 first began to garner support from notable artists and influencers in the music industry after headlining Atlantic City’s biggest Hip Hop Concert, “Springfest” in 2019. The star-studded line up included Fatboy SSE, DJ Envy, Tsu Surf, Albee Al, and Grammy nominated artist DaBaby, who Gatti800 collaborated with on his most popular single to date, “Act Out.”

It’s clear that the “G-Baby” title and cover art draw inspiration from the 2001 film Hardball, but the music itself finds Gatti800 embodying the charisma and unyielding resilience of the beloved movie character. 

“G-Baby started off as just a nickname people associated with me after seeing me wear baseball jerseys all Summer. I decided to turn it into a project providing a variety of vibes, uplifting people through these tough times..,” Gatti800 shares with us.

The self-proclaimed “Hood Hero” is just that on this body of work — swooping in with relatable, feel-good anthems like “Row Row,” “W.Y.W,” and his flip of Ja Rule’s “Always on Time,” titling his version “Baby” 

I sampled some popular Hip-Hop classics and brought back some throwback lines which you will catch on to throughout the album,” Gatti800 comments. 

Guest features include Chanel Michelle, Shad, Dolla, Nyah, HMan, and Marboss, while production credit goes out to MarsBeatz and CorMill, the latter of which produced five tracks on the project.  Fans can expect new visuals off the project in the upcoming weeks, but in the meantime listen to “G-Baby” below.

Yoel Molina Law

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