SHARONNELSON/Carmine Gotti

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Billboard Music Charts, a global music industry bible, places a “bullet” next to any song or album that has gotten a higher ranking since the last chart came out. It strongly stands for excellence at a higher degree. For Carmine Gotti, his life is about to do just that, as he places a bullet in the game of life to soar to unprecedented heights. As the 23-year old stands now as a different man compared to the 17 year old teenager we watched lovingly on A&E’s Growing Up Gotti, he has a whole new world ready for his audience to see. The charm and charisma that Carmine Gotti has always possessed remains evident, but as five years have passed since the show, a lot has changed within him. A little more swagger and a suave demeanor defines him now, along with more determination and heart than ever. “I know I’m still a young man, but I’ve already been fortunate enough to have lived a lifetime of not only from his family and his travels, but also from R&B, pop, and house music as well. “To be honest, I always knew this is what I’d be doing, and I’m finally ready to share my experiences with my fans in lyrical form.” Now all grown up, the grandson of notorious crime boss John Gotti, has a legacy to make on his own now, along with keeping his own family’s legacy at heart. His outlook on life is one of prestige; valuing the finer things in life while still being down to earth and real with those around him. As he steps into his own, his highly anticipated debut album drops in early Spring

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