Tito Lopez‘s new Klockwork Orange-directed visual says what I think everyone has been thinking since Lopez first began his rap career. Black Dude, Spanish Name is a bouncy affair that finds the Capitol Records signee firing lines a mile a minute. The track features Tito’s clever, expository rhymes (”you and your man Sam talk, then you saw Sam walk, Sam run to the cops phone drop Sam-sung”), his natural panache as a performer, and of course King I Divine‘s incredibly banging production. If you’d like to become more acquainted with the Mississippi native after listening to Black Dude, Spanish Name, we suggest freely downloading Y.O.U. , Lopez’ latest mitxpae, which is available for steam and download at The DJBooth.
Written by Thomas K Welker on 08/14/13
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