Young Scooter's "Colombia," released back in 2013, hasn't seen a ton of freestyles or remixes as of late, but today Tree revisits the track with a #TreeMix. Spelling his version with a "u," as in "Columbia," Tree shifts his focus from the South American country to the NYC college (or maybe it's just a misspelling?).
Gruff-voiced ATL rapper Gorilla Zoe is back with some new heat. After remaining relatively quiet this summer, with the exception of "Fuck Something" with Flo Rida, Zoe drops off a new, ferocious collaborative record with Young Scooter, "Dead Serious."
Gucci Mane just graced us with an album from his new supergroup, Felix Brothers, and he's already getting ready to drop another solo album later this summer.Oddfather is due out July 28th, and today we've been graced with a brand new record from Guwop, though its not immediately clear if its set to appear on the album
Gucci Mane was really building something special with Brick Squad. While the crew has since parted ways to a certain extent, it's clear that everyone involved has the ability to do great things. Young Scooter, who just dropped his new mixtape, 80s Baby, yesterday, is one of them.
Young Scooter broke through in a big way with his 2013 mixtape, Street Lottery. Unfortunately, shortly after the release, Scooter was locked up for about 8 months on a parole violation, and his plans to release he debut album, Juug House, postponed.
Last month we were given "New Atlanta", a re-vamped version of Ludacris and Jermaine Dupri's immortal "Welcome To Atlanta", with some of the most exciting new artists from the scene (Young Thug, Rich Homie Quan, and Migos) taking the reigns.
As promised, Young Scooter comes through with his new single “Bag It Up” featuring Freebandz’ members Future and Casino. This serves as the first leak off his upcoming mixtape, 80s Baby, which drops on July 4th.
Casino is New Atlanta's Waka Flocka Flame (or perhaps its Bonecrusher?). The scene has become increasingly weird with so many yelps, warbles, and assaults-by-way-of-triplet that people forgot have effective a good old-fashioned yell can be.