That Dirty Mexican Zoe | Hustlers Gospel

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Hustlers Gospel

by That Dirty Mexican Zoe

A HUSTLERS GOSPEL HAS A GRIME SOUND. THE RECORD REVEALS DEEP INTO THE SOUL OF A HUSTLER OFF THE TEXAS STREETS.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Dirty South
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1. That Dirty Mexican
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2. Beware
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3. Welcome 2 Da South
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4. Mean Hustle
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5. Hold Up
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6. Apology Letter
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7. Swangin
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8. Everybody Know
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9. Balla Baby
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10. Streets
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11. On My Grind
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12. Playas & Thugs
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13. I'm Da Moth@fuck!n $Hi!t
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14. Stright G (feat. Lil Uno)
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15. Say Goodbye
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16. 1st Things 1st
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17. Hustler's Gospel
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The name “That Dirty Mexican Zoe” comes from his slick street hustling ways; since peers often referred to him as shysty, greedy, and dirty. Zoe, short for Gonzo, has been in and out of trouble ever since a child, born Falcon Rivera Jr. in “The Cuts”, a project on the North Side of Corpus Christi, TX. Zoe’s child hood was no child hood at all; instead he ran the streets learning from family members and street hustlers the cold reality of life in the ghetto; poverty, drug addiction, drug dealing, and violence. At the age 12 Zoe’s mother suffered three nearly fatal strokes, which might have been the best thing for his family, since this forced them to relocate to The Valley; due to immigration issues with Zoe’s stepfather. Just as things seemed to get better the trouble began again, and continued throughout his teenaged years. Zoe somehow managed to escape the streets when he joined the United States Marine Corps in 2000. Always having been curious in rapping his flows never made it past his note pad and the lunch yard; actually recording seemed impossible. In 2001 Zoe was stationed in Okinawa, Japan where he met Casino, who introduced him to the owner of Blood Money Music, Momo. Casino, Zoe, and Maja Hustle formed Blood Money Mafia and began recording and performing as a group immediately; but this only lasted until members were relocated. In 2002 Zoe dropped his first solo album, “My Time to Shine” and then his second in 2005, “The Gamble”. Zoe has featured on several Mix Tapes including a few that he has released as a label under Mean Hustle Entertainment. Blessed with a style of flow that he believes could keep up in the majors, That Dirty Mexican is determine to succeed as a Latin Rap Artists and hopes to make a name as one of the first Mexican Rap artist in Hip Hop History. Artist who have inspired him are SPM, Z-RO, DJ Screw, Trae, Kid Frost, and Tupac.


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candy guerrero

say goodbye
it was a good song.