Chingo Bling gives us a taste of his upcoming album They Can’t Deport Us All with the decidedly chopped and screwed track Like This N’ Like That. With his roots in Houston and Mexico (he famously sold tamales out the trunk of his candy painted car) Chingo Bling flows over the slow bumping beat like only he could. Chingo Bling’s originality is a lesson to all MCs out there; bring your own style and stop bitin!
Written by Nathan S. on 02/12/07
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