Bilingual Mexican Rapper, Ladotee, To Release Video For “Loca”

As of recently the hip hop industry has been influenced by different generes of music; such as, rock, ectronic, dancehall, and latin music. Although we have been close, we have yet to see all of these genres in one artist. For San Diego artist, Ladotee, versatility is second nature. From his Atlanta influenced cadence’s, Vince staple type of production, dancehall melodies, spanglish lyrics, and high energy rock-style performances, Ladotee shows his versatility in “Loca” official music video. The package is undeniable and easily depicted in his most recent single, “LOCA” produced by British EDM producer Jikay.

This must watch video was shot in the barrios of Mexico City. The plot is: There’s a block party going on in town with a local gang present. The leader of the gang is a young woman. Ladotee makes his way to the block party and quickly gains interest in the young lady. Next scenes ladotee is in the club with the young lady. At the end of the video he gets set up by the young lady and her gang after leaving the club.

“LOCA” is already rapidly growing in streams since its release. Currently at 175,000 plays on Spotify and growing daily. Loca has been placed in over 617 playlists including “Discover Weekly.”

On August 12th 1993 Ladotee was born in a Guadalajara, Mexico. Raised in California back and fourth from Oakland, Stockton, and San Diego. Being influenced by Mac Dre and the hyphy movement, Ladotee took interest in the culture at 9 years old. Eventually dodging a 10-15 year bid and deportation at 19 years old leading him to fully submerge himself into the music industry.

Author: Mr. Hood Critic

Hood Critic Magazine was founded by Holland D. Witherspoon in Bossier City, Louisiana 2013. HOOD CRITIC MAGAZINE was created to cover up and coming unsigned independent artist.