The next part of Yo Gotti's Behind the Nine documentary is here.

This episode finds the rapper taking us back to his childhood as he explains in his own terms how his family life made him the man he is today. "Everybody was big time drug dealers," he explains to the camera. "My daddy was a big time drug dealer. My momma a big time drug dealer, her boyfriend. I think my upbringing set the tone for exactly who I am. I was raised by hustlers."

Yo Gotti's family history and old pictures are intercut by him and his team chipping away at White Friday in his home studio. He's surrounded by producer Ben Billions as he spitfires bars into the phone. Later, we get a glimpse of him filming a music video with Moneybag Yo at what appears to be his house. It all offers another intimate glimpse at the artist and the process that brought his latest project to life.

"I challenged myself to do this in nine days in the house with my homies," Gotti told Complex ahead of the part one premiere. "It was the type of energy I needed to go back to the original feel of Cocaine Muzik."

Watch the premiere of the latest episode of Behind the Nine above. You can also revisit the debut of part one right here. Be sure to also grab the rapper's newest project, White Fridayfeaturing Kanye West, Big Sean, Quavo, and 2 Chainz, and his Kodak Black-assisted single "Weatherman."