Scott King drops off something new this track is titled
this heavy bass driven uptempo beat was produced atl & MMG prod Dreek Beatz ...
check this joint out definately something to make your head nod
Since he stepped foot on the music scene, Scott King formally (Q Da Kid) has made a ferocious
climb from his starting point and propelled himself into the recording studios with
some of the biggest names of hip hop culture.
From collaborations with production legends like DJ Premiere and NO ID;
From Kool & Dre to Bryan Michael Cox, Scott King has a unique style and
genuine substance that the pillars of rap music have recognized in these times
where true hip hop talent is deemed almost non-existent. This truth has led to
musical projects with great artists such as Red Café, Anthony Hamilton, Jeremih,
Bun-B and Jadakiss all on his upcoming EP he is currently developing with multi-
platinum producer Drumma Boy.
Hailing from Brooklyn, NY, Scott King has drawn inspiration from rap icons such
as Big Daddy Kane and Run DMC and has molded a style of his own that dares to
stand out above the others while delivering messages one could easily compare to the legendary Tupac Shakur.
Scott King’s prowess has seen him even into contracts with companies like
Procter & Gamble (Fortune 500) and sportswear giant, Under Armor to name a
few, and it has become clear that this young man is nothing short of ready to
impact the world of hip hop in ways that only a handful of rappers have in the past.
Purely dedicated to hard work and family, Scott King is finally at that inevitable
place in his life and craft where the world must hear him. Now and for decades to come.
With a beat sample from Mobb Deep's "Survival Of The Fittest," "Buss It" still sounds like today and the video shows just that! See RRose RRome represent Brooklyn more importantly Ny, in this very prestigious effort.
Also check out "The Sample" mixtape which is led by Kanye Wests' Father Stretch My Hands along with remakes from hit records like Plies' Ritz Cartlon , and Bryson Tillers Don't and etc.
Check out “The Sample” Mixtape - here