Texas Technician: That Mexican OT’s Ode to Texan Hip-Hop Roots

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OT Celebrates Texas’s Vibrant Rap Scene with His Latest Mixtape Release

With a nod to his Texan heritage, the widely acclaimed rapper That Mexican OT makes a grand return to the music scene with “Texas Technician,” marking a significant follow-up to his 2023 hit project “Lonestar Luchador.”

In an homage to the Lone Star State’s deep-rooted hip-hop culture, OT’s latest mixtape release, available now across streaming platforms through Manifest/GoodTalk/Good Money Global/Universal Music Canada, stands as a testament to his musical prowess and links to Texas.

“Texas Technician” soars on the strength of the Billboard Hot 100-charting anthem “02.02.99.” The compilation also boasts the lively “Point ‘Em Out” featuring chart-topper DaBaby, alongside “Twisting Fingers,” OT’s joint effort with Moneybagg Yo, which was spotlighted today by its accompanying dynamic visuals.

Houston’s hip-hop elites graciously leave their mark on this project, as it sparkles with collaborations from notable figures like Paul Wall, Slim Thug, Z-Ro, and Propain. The mixtape equally shines light on Texas’s fresh talents such as OTB Fastlane, Drodi, and Hogg Booma, stitching together a tapestry of Texan legacy and contemporary craftsmanship.

Celebrating the region’s illustrious history, “Texas Technician” seamlessly blends the nostalgic feel of old-school Southern hip-hop with the unyielding beats and sharp lyricism that characterize today’s rap landscape, positioning OT not just as a music artist but as a curator of Texan musical heritage. Fans and new listeners alike are invited to experience the profound musical narrative woven across these tracks – a vibrant panorama capturing the essence of Texas’s rap revolution.

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