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Tahoo Gets Focused With New Song “Indian Style”

Latrice Tau, b.k.a. Tahoo, has been dropping music for a while now. Earlier this year, the Long Island rapper/singer—who legendary producer Erick Sermon has taken under his wing—released Before the Sun, an EP dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the start of the Black Panther Party. She recently linked up with Cleveland producer Jake Smio for her new song, “Indian Style.”

The song features her rapping, and singing lyrics about staying focused on her mission over a mellow instrumental. “Don’t want to be stunting my growth, killing my soul / Breaking myself through the mold / A lot I can’t stand a lot I can’t hold / But that ain’t the plan, that ain’t the goal.”

Tahoo has much more music and visuals on the way. Check out “Indian Style” below.

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