Otto Wan Proves He's Up Next with New Single, 'Good Work'

Otto Wan is only in his second year of rapping, but the emcee continues to raise the bar. He just dropped the video for his new single, Good Work, and the song is getting the attention of local hip hop heads in his hometown of Chicago. The single is also buzzing on social media, racking up over 10K views in the first week. It was shot by TDWithThaShot.

Wan is excited to be putting out new music. "This the first song I dropped since being released from jail," he explained. On the track, he raps with a low pitched, almost whisper quality.. but its like a quiet storm. He unleashes the beast on his lyrics as he spits over a dope drill beat. He raps, "he hurt. Yeah, he hurt. Tryna catch up with me, he gon' be hurt. Make him ball his sh*t up. Thats a rework."

Otto Wan is nice with his delivery and his unique musical approach. This jawn is all the way out the box-- a true hip hop head's delight. He's definitely up next!

 "Leave em dead on the scene, now his team gon' miss him."

Where you from?

Chicago, Illinois... 290 out west....Rockwell Gardens.

Who were some of your musical influences coming up?

I love listening to 50 Cent, Gucci Mane, Young Thug, and Lil Uzi Vert.

How would you describe this project, sound wise?

This is one of my many flows I can switch up too this is a hard beat with no hook I’m just riding the talking my shit.

Dream Collab?

My dream collab would be to work with The Dream, Kanye West or Pharrell.

Lyrically, what do you like to rap about, and why?

I rap about real life struggles and things I grew up in the project going thru ‘it ain’t no cap in my rap’.


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