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
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,...
First DJ Booth Appearance:
"Conversation With Tito" (2012)
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