Tito Lopez - They Told Me

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Sleep Deez
Album:
The Hunger Game

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Like so many hip-hop hopefuls, Tito Lopez came up surrounded by people who didn’t think he had what it took to succeed. Fortunately, he chose to ignore the detractors and focus on turning his dreams into reality. On inaugural mixtape leak They Told Me, Sleep Deez’ tuneful sample work bangs in the back as the Mississippi native chronicles his on\going quest to prove the haters wrong. The Hunger Gameis scheduled for release June 14. In the meantime, those who haven’t already should be sure to check out his recent, Booth-exclusive video interview.

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