How long have you been training?
What does your routine look like?
IMO, not really.
The normal lean muscle gains, for the average natty lifter in a year, is about #5 low side, to #15 high side. I know that might not sound like much but try and eat #8 pounds of steak. It is a lot of meat. So adding a bunch of extra weight, will most likely not be lean tissue anyway.
IMO, you would be ahead of the game to just sloooooowly, (over the months/time as you train on the big compound exercises) gain strength and muscular BW that way, along with eating good well balanced REAL food, whilst saving the most money for the grocer. Maybe a good whey supplement for getting some extra cals in but a lot of gain supps are just filled with sugar and sweeteners you do not really need.
You'll keep and earn better long term gains IMO, not having to cut off all the fat gain and thus feeling a loss when losing strength, mass etc. etc. while cutting.