Changing the Game 

On the Memphis rap scene, Yo Gotti is the new king. Skewby wants next.

It is, by most appearances, a typical weekday afternoon at a high-end Memphis country club. A cluster of middle-aged suit-and-tie types is leaving from a late business lunch. In a room off the main lobby, a group of retirees is playing bridge…

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