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Gotcha Bitch

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 This is a music-related article of Altverse II. This article is a start-class article. It needs further improvement to obtain good article status. This article is part of Altverse II.
Gotcha Bitch  Explicit Content
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Studio album by
Released April 20, 2018
Recorded 2017–2018
Studio Advance Music House
Genre Hip hop · trap · Hardcore hip hop
Length 47:29
Label Advance Music House
O.P. Entertainment
17 Cliipper the Red God chronology
Commander Status
Gotcha Bitch  Explicit Content
Gotcha Bitch is the third studio album by Sierran rapper 17 Cliipper the Red God. It was released on April 20, 2018 through Advance Music House and distributed by O.P. Entertainment through Skid Row Records. Recordings took place from 2017 to 2018, and record production was primarily done by 17 Cliipper the Red God himself, although a number of other producers including Thomas Winslow and LoWavCee were involved in production and supporting vocals as well. The album explores themes surrounding Black Sierran culture, drug abuse, addiction, depression, infidelity, betrayal, and street violence.

The album received lukewarm reviews, although it was a commercial success, charting at number three on the Sunset 40, and selling over 124,000 units during the first week after release. It performed relatively well internationally, especially in the rest of Anglo-America and parts of Europe. The album was supported by the lead single, "Come and Get It". A deluxe version of the album was released on April 28, which included two newly recorded tracks paying tribute to the late Q-Lo, who died about three months before the album's release.



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