Duki, one of the greatest Argentine exponents of trap (a subgenre of rap, which originated in the late 90s in the United States), launched this afternoon Sold out dates, a new song and video clip that shows the artist in different shows.
At the beginning and at the end he can be seen walking in Bahía Blanca through Alsina and saying: “Good morning, we are filming a short film, how much do you think a palm tree is worth?” At the end of the video, a man replied: “In Monte Hermoso, 15,000 mangoes each palm tree …”.
His real name is Mauro Ezequiel Lombardo and he is 24 years old. Started doing freestyle (rap battles, improvising the words and rhyming) in El Quinto Escalón, a competition that began in 2012 in Parque Rivadavia, in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Caballito, thanks to Ysy A (Alejo Nahuel Acosta), a boy who at that time had only 13 years old.
From a few they were happening to many, many: so many that El Quinto Escalón ended in 2017 with battles in the Malvinas Argentinas microstadium, where the youngest could not with Dtoke, a recognized freestyler Argentinian who is 34 years old.
From there came some of the exponents of Argentine trap, who no longer dedicate themselves to improvising but to record songs and launch them on digital platforms, doing shows throughout the country and even internationally. Others continued to compete by doing freestyle in the FMS Argentina, a professional league that started in 2018, where he won WOS. This year the third season is being done.
Duki was in 2017 in Bahia in Second Floor, a competition similar to El Quinto Escalón that was held in our city in the Plaza del Sol, and also at the Rossini Theater. In April of the following year he performed with his trio Modo Diablo (which he formed with Ysy A and Neo Pistea) at the Don Bosco Theater.