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Loc Gotti (LG) was born and raised in Savannah, GA. He lived in Hitch Village for a short time, but his folk wanted better for him and his only sister (Katrina) and they moved to the eastside (Waters Avenue) when he was seven years old.
Known to be a loner, LG focused and developed his creative skills at a young age. When he was 13 years of age, he started writing raps about the high crime rate and poverty he witnessed daily.
A solo artist from jump street, he tweaked his own skills until he hooked-up with his cousin (Snikka) and collaborated ideas. Though nothing major came of it, but this venture proved to be a driving force in his career.
He is now a certified pillar in the Seaport music—grinding hard before rapping was considered cool in the Seaport. The Emperor has been holding it down since 1990! Originally a member of Savannah Bread group, and one of the pioneering musical movements in Savannah, formed in 1992 “The Organization” (Inffa Red, Mr. Simpson (RIP), Loc Gotti, and Po Soul). The groups name was later changed to “Mafiosos”.
Gotti, Inffa and Po Soul joined a coalition monikered “Thirdcoast, which had moderate success, moving more than 15,000 units. LG has dropped two solo disc—“Da Mastermind” and “Day of Reckoning”. He has performed with artists such as Goodie Mob, Juvenile, Master P, Mystikal, Genuine, Eightball & MJG, and the Ying Yang twins. In addition, he was featured on Camoflauge’s “Strickly for the Streets” Vol. 1 (RIP Fleezy!).
LG has been labeled “The Emperor”, because of the numerous and unmatched amounts of feats and appearances with artist that make up the region he represents “The Coastal Empire”! Get it?
He is currently working on his new album “Emperial”. Keep your ear to the street!!
Email: email@example.com; and www.myspace.com/locgottitheemperor