That Mexican OT has quickly established himself as one of the most consistent rising stars in the rap game. That applies just as much to his cadence and lyrical ability as it does to his musical output and love for his home state of Texas. His rough-and-tumble rhymes about life coming from Bay City, Texas are invariably delivered with double entendres, comedic undertones and a flow that never falters. The 25-year-old self-described "country boy" checks all those boxes in his own slab-centric way with his 2024 XXL Freshman freestyle.

As his signature tongue rolls slide flawlessly through his iced-out grill, That Mexican OT only needs roughly 35 seconds to prove why he is a solid staple of the 2024 XXL Freshman Class. The Texas Technician's rapid-fire yet cantillating cadence allows viewers of his freestyle to sit shotgun in his Cadillac as he paints a perfect picture of the ways in which he likes to live in the fast lane.

As he rocks a white 10-gallon hat with cowboy boots to match, much like the heroic figures of classic Western cinema, OT glides a cappella-style with a vivid lyrical journey that includes explicit escapades, gang banging in Escalades and even country cuisine.

"I'm from the Southside of the map, killers get killed, jackers get jacked," That Mexican OT raps in the video below. "I can't trust this h* singin' 'Dat B**ch', I slow boogie in my ’Lac/This h* tryna Dougie in my lap, I'm just tryna f**k her then hit a lap."

At that point, the Lonestar Luchador seamlessly switches up the flow to a more sing-songy tone, but the message remains loud and clear: That Mexican OT loves the ladies. "Ride with a truck full of strippers ’cause we gon' slide with a pole/If you ain't down to die ’bout this s**t, I can't call you my loc/She say, 'I got somethin' to say,' I say, 'I already know'/You gotta let a h* be a h* and just let the sh*t go," he raps.

That Mexican OT then wraps up his freestyle in the same way he entered the hip-hop space by representing the tough side of Texas. "Country boy cookin' armadillo/I'm from a place that's called be careful/Bleed out blue and piss out yellow/Don't mess wit' Texas, you should know better."

OT certainly raps as if he's brimming with confidence and he has every right to feel that way. Prior to making the grade as a member of this year's XXL Freshman Class, his 2023 breakthrough anthem "Johnny Dang" featuring his friend Drodi and legendary Texan, Paul Wall, became certified platinum. Along with over 128 million Spotify streams, the track also landed the MC his first-ever appearance on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, peaking at No. 65. Over the past year, That Mexican OT delivered two stellar projects in the form of 2023's Lonestar Luchador and 2024's Texas Technicianboth of which received universal critical acclaim.

However, despite his overtly braggadocious demeanor on wax, the man behind the mic is much more humble. OT treats the spotlight as if he's still the same Latino kid who fell in love with the game while rapping for his dad and uncles as a child. In fact, that's the very reason he is choosing to name his upcoming project Recess, which is due out this summer.

"The next one, I want to call it Recess just because I'm still being a kid with all of this s**t," That Mexican OT tells XXL. "I still feel like I'm at the cafeteria lunch table with my homeboy, beating on the table. I still feel like I'm rapping for my dad in the kitchen."

Check out That Mexican OT do what he does best in his 2024 XXL Freshman freestyle below.

The Freshman issue is on newsstands everywhere. In addition to interviews with the 2024 Freshman Class and producer Southside, there are also conversations with Sexyy Red, Ski Mask The Slump God, Mustard, Rubi Rose, Ken Carson, Ghostface Killah, Lola Brooke and more, plus, a look back at what the 2023 XXL Freshman Class has been doing. Also, there are stories on the ongoing scamming and fraud plaguing hip-hop, and how podcasters and streamers are playing a major role in rap beef. The issue is on sale here, along with some exclusive Freshmen merch.

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