Rap-Up: Spoke-In-Wordz can freak it in Spanish too

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Spoke-In-Wordz will always be lauded for his rapid-fire flow but does he get the same props when he spits fire in Spanish? Spoke connected with the group 20/12 to record a song for the soundtrack of the film Platinum Illusions, which features cameos from folks like Chino XL, Mr. Capone-E, RBX, Lil Rob and Crooked I. IMDB lists the movie as having came out in 2006, but according to the movie's MySpace page and website, it's "coming soon." Regardless, the song recorded by 20/12, featuring Spoke-In-Wordz, is called "Por Aqui, Por Alla," produced by Akwid. Take a listen after the jump. -- Quibian Salazar-Moreno

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