Capitol Records recording artist Tito Lopez has released his new mixtape, Y.O.U. The Gulfport, Mississippi rhymesayer's first project since last June's The Hunger Game, the set boasts 15 tracks' worth of new material, including two interludes, and comes on the heels of Booth-featured lead single "Tryna Get On."
Numerous noteworthy beatsmiths man the boards throughout the set, among them 1500 or Nothin', the Futuristiks, King I Divine, Mr. Porter, Naive D. and Yung Fokus. Jon Connor is the sole known guest contributor, with more to be announced.
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"Conversation With Tito" (2012)
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