With an eloquently edgy delivery that shows his emerging greatness in the national rap game, DTO steps things up a notch with the visuals for his get-bread single taken off his ‘Pandemic‘ mixtape called ‘SaidWatiSaid‘.
Demarcus Odum aka DTO, is a top shelf criminally underrated emcee born in Chicago and reps the 731 of East Jackson, Tennessee. He hops in the blacked-out car with a proper plan and drops a boss-like track that has you inspired to put down the remote and go make that money you deserve.
This is the tale about how lots of people talk but get nowhere with this attitude, while he is delivering due to that extra edge and willingness to be open minded to furthering his resume, with lots of different income streams to make his own water park.
With a few jabs at other lazy rappers, he hits the knockout punch with some fiery verses that certainly catches your attention. He raps smoothly and without unrealistic stories that feel fake, this is a man that is really in the game and not pretending to be someone he isn’t.
‘SaidWatiSaid‘ from the highly motivated Tennessee hip-hop artist DTO, is that respect-in-the-street track that gets the mood revved up and into the right gear. Whilst he might be getting the bread now, it feels like if he carries on staying humble and elevating his wordplay to another plateau on the regular, he will have the whole bakery before too long.
Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen