Listen to Casino- El Chapo Feat. Future & Young Scooter
Doesn’t take long for a drug lord being released to create a dope single. On July 11, a man named Joaquin Archivaldo Guzman Loera escaped from a Mexican Federal Prison located in Almoloya de Juarez. Now Loera is a special case among other criminals. Mostly because he is one of the most dangerous Mexican drug lords who heads the famous Sinaloa Cartel, a criminal organization named after the Mexican coast it was formed on. He’s known as “El Chapo Guzman” which translates to The Shorty Guzman in English because he’s literally as tall as me 5″6. Like seriously, no wonder they call him shorty. Regardless of being small he was able to become Mexico’s top drug kingpin in 2003 after the arrest of his rival Osiel Cardenas of the Gulf Cartel. Before his arrest in 2014 he was considered ‘the most powerful drug trafficker in the world’ by the U.S.. Using his power he was able to get a tunnel dug from his cell to the outside to escape. Law enforcement in both the U.S. and Mexico have been trying to figure out what is going to happen next.
Well Casino definitely knew what he was going to do next. Casino locked himself in the studio with YoungScooter and his brother Future to put together one of the flyest singles of 2015 ‘El Chapo’. The song starts off with a smooth sound and Future spitting “I’m getting that money like my name El Chapo/The hood they love me like I was El Chapo/ I keep the shooters with me like El Chapo” Future pretty much says that he and El Chapo are the same in terms of money, shooters and love received from his hood. Which I find ironic because his hood is named Lil Mexico. There’s a line “I know some niggas doing life/ and we still playing with the white” where he says that they’re only doing time because the white law enforcement says they’re doing wrong. The YoungScooter comes in rapping about how they got money “Put wings on bricks… squares hot, we wrap the bricks like tacos.” Casino comes in talking about how El Chapo got out through the tunnel.
The three certainly wasted no time turning a war lord’s escape into some dough in their pockets.