That Mexican OT made a pit stop at The Railhouse in Kyle, TX, and entertained the sold-out crowd on Friday, December 8, 2023. That Mexican OT aka, That Mexican Outta Texas, has been gaining ground this past year thanks to his popularity on Instagram and Youtube. The 24-year-old rapper out of Bay City, TX, has been rapping since age 4.
Before That Mexican OT took the stage, DJ Curfew entertained the crowd with songs from about every genre you can name. He had a perfect mix of rock, hip-hop, country, and Tejano and even threw in Christmas tunes. Still anticipating That Mexican OT’s presence, Drodi and other friends took the stage, sampling their music for the crowd.
Around 10:45 pm, the crowd started chanting, “THAT MEXICAN OT.” Entourage in tow, he took the stage and captivated the crowd. Most of the group had been there since the doors opened at 7 pm, and they were ready for a show. That Mexican OT, real name Virgil Gazca, gives his all to the stage and fans. He spent the night running from side to side, high-fiving fans, taking selfies with fans’ phones, signing merch, and sharing his musical talent.
He introduced himself to the crowd and asked his new fans what took them so long to become fans. He had jokes. His entourage surrounded the stage and watched/Snap Chatted in awe of the sold-out crowd in Kyle, TX. His dad cheered him on from the side and front of the stage. One of his youngest fans got to be in the spotlight and rap with him.
His set was lively, energetic, and fan-centric, and he rapped crowd favorites such as “Barrio,” “Cowboy Killer,” and his most successful song, “Johnny Dang.” His set flowed easily, and the crowd was locked in. He addressed the crowd several times, thanking them for showing up to the show. With all of the success he has had over the past year, he is still humble.
Shoutout to the staff at The Railhouse. They worked relentlessly to ensure the crowd was safe, the artists and family had everything they needed, and they were super nice throughout the evening. Having a sold-out show in a smaller venue can be stressful, but the entire experience was flawless. Make sure to check out other shows if you’re in the area.
I can’t wait to see what 2024 has in store for That Mexican OT. He deserves all the success coming his way, and make sure to check out his tour dates to see him live at a venue near you.
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I’m Jalys. Music and concert photographer located in Austin, TX. I graduated from Texas Tech University with a degree in Photocommunications. Pretty cool, right? An Instagram degree before Instagram was cool!
I enjoy traveling around Texas, and taking photos of bands and musicians. Texas has so many awesome venues, and I want to photograph any that I can. Music has always been a major part of my life, and while a student at Texas Tech, I knew that I wanted to specialize in music photography. I have lived in the Austin area for over twelve years and have been able to photograph so many cool bands. Let’s add yours to the list!
When I’m not photographing, I’m probably working at my day job as a University Recruiter for a manufacturing facility. I travel quite often for work and love visiting college campuses! I enjoy hanging out with my husband, our 3 dogs (Ryder, Carter, and Tucker), our adopted cat, Allie, and our families. Follow me on Instagram! You will get to see all the pet photos you can stomach. My handle is @j.bcaro.