San Diego, CA rapper Mitchy Slick presents the Justin “Marmo” Marmostein directed music video for “In My El Co”, his new collaboration with Central Valley, CA producer Sir Veterano. The song appears on their forthcoming collab album Everybody Hates Mitch which features E-40, Jay Worthy, Silky Slim, Ise B, and 2die4. Mitchy is CEO of Wrongkind Records, a familial collective of rappers, deejays and artists (watch the music video for “Imperial” featuring OsoOcean). Mitchy is a member of the rap supergroup Strong Arm Steady, along with rappers Phil Da Agony and Krondon. In 2021 Mitchy released 23 Blocks (stream the album on Spotify). In the past he’s collaborated with artists such as Lil Wayne, Nipsey Hussle, and The Game, whose Documentary 2.5 featured three guest shots from Mitchy. In 2021 Sir Veterano released The Gathering (stream on Spotify), featuring MC Eiht and Ras Kass, which was followed up by All Hail The King, his collab album with Fresno, CA emcee Fashawn (stream on Spotify). Veterano is the premier producer on the roster of Fresh Yard Records, helmed by Vet’s music manager, Walt Liquor, and Kwa Nguyen, also owner of Fresh Yard Clothing. Everybody Hates Mitch is inspired by the 80’s West Coast cocaine rap era. “In My El Co” is inspired from real life street experience in the 80’s coupled with the classic El Camino lowrider car being the thematic vehicle of choice throughout the song and video.

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