Young Scooter Songs

  • Colorado
    After dropping B.I.G., a tribute to The Notorious B.I.G., earlier this month, Young Scooter is back with "Colorado", another joint off his upcoming mixtape Married to the Streets 2. "Colorado" is the origin of his new favorite kush, though he reminds us he's still on that Cali. Sometimes, he likes to mix the two. Even in Atlanta, Scooter's chasing that Rocky Mountain high. And he gets it for the low.
  • B.I.G.
    Before Young Scooter drops off the sequel to his Married To The Streets mixtape, the ATL rapper decides to come through and liberate the project's newest offering called “B.I.G.”.
  • Fuck That Bitch
    Fuck That Bitch
    Gucci Mane's output can't be stopped. Despite being locked up for over a year, Mr. Wop has released more mixtapes over the course of his incarceration than many have done in the span of an entire career. As we looked at in our recent feature, The Guwop Effect: A History Of Gucci Mane's Co-Signs, the rapper is known for his A&R work as much as he is for his strong work ethic.
  • François-Xavier
    Brodinski is quickly making a name for himself outside of techno music, where he first became a popular DJ. The French producer has conquered the electronic world, particularly in his native France, and now he sets his sights on the rap game with his first album dropping in March. Brodinski has tapped a bunch of rappers to appear on his instrumentals, which merge his love of electronic music with his love of southern rap- thus some of the rappers you can expect on the album include ILoveMakonnen, Peewee Longway, SD, Slim Thug, Yung Gleesh and Bloody Jay.
  • Pots And Stove
    Pots And Stove
    Young Scooter just delivered his new mixtape Jug Season, and based off the title alone you know you're in for some trap bangers. If you know anything about Scooter's music, you knew that already though. Scooter, Boosie Badazz and a rapper named Quick get to cooking in the kitchen with "Pots and Stove," as they reminisce on getting their start in the trap/rap game.
  • Oooooh
    Future and Zaytoven's new mixtape Beast Mode impacted yesterday, just in time to get a few songs off it (or the entire thing) into your weekend playlist. It so happens that two of the stand-out cuts off the tape both feature another artist. Yesterday we highlighted the Juvenile-featured "Aintchu," and with today's songs list looking incredibly thin, we're highlighting another cut today featuring Young Scooter.
  • Count Up
    Count Up
    After dropping off the C-Sick-produced "Cocaina" earlier in the week, Young Scooter returns again with "Count Up." The song comes with news on Young Scooter's long-awaited Jug Season project, which has locked in a release date of January 27th. "Count Up" serves as the first leak off the mixtape. You can peep Jug Season cover art above.
  • Cocaina
    While Young Scooter has kept a lower profile than Young Thug this year, he's also been keeping himself busy by releasing loosies on a regular basis. Perhaps they've both leaned the lesson of being prolific from their one-time mentor Gucci Mane. Either way, ScooWop is back with yet another street record, featuring a gritty C-Sick instrumental that compliments his world-weary-dealer boasts.
  • Free Guwop
    Free Guwop
    Young Scooter keeps it moving. Following the recent release of his "Pots & Stove" track with Lil Boosie & Quick, Scooter decides to pay homage to his incarcerated brother, Gucci Mane, today with this new song “Free GuWop”.
  • Pots & Stoves
    Pots & Stoves
    The last we heard from Young Scooter was on August's "Drugs" remix with Kevin Gates & Rich Homie Quan. As it turns out, not much has changed since then. On "Pots & Stoves," Scooter brings Lil Boosie (now going by Boosie Badazz) and Quick out for some good old-fashioned baking. Together, the three emcees describe the procedure to prepare the perfect pumpkin pie for your fall cravings. Just kidding, it's about exactly what you think it's about. (Although someone needs to get that baking concept and run with it.) 
  • Math Teacher
    Math Teacher
    If seeing the 17-year-old Chief Keef rapping about gang violence and pointing guns at the camera made you feel uncomfortable, it was likely an even stranger experience to see similar behavior coming from the 13-year-old Lil Mouse when he first arrived on the scene.Also a Chicago resident, Mouse is now 16 years old, and he's still pumping out the same drill-style rap, now teaming up with Atlanta's Young Scooter for the paid student's anthem, "Math Teacher". The track celebrates sitting in algebra class with 20 bands in your pocket.
  • Def Jam (Remix)
    Def Jam (Remix)
    Trinidad James has been surprising us all over these past few months. Since being dropped from Def Jam, he sounds rejuvenated, making bold decisions musically that may not have been possible on a major label. For his latest drop, James remixes "Def Jam," a track he released in celebration of the label earlier this year before being dropped. It's an interesting twist, that's for sure. Twista and Young Scooter attaches verses to the track as well.
  • Columbia (Remix)
    Columbia (Remix)
    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?).
  • Drugs (Remix)
    Drugs (Remix)
    Ok Kevin Gates, you've officially made August 13th, 2014 your bitch. The Baton Rouge spitter (and recent XXL freshman) began the day by releasing a new solo record called "John Gotti," then hopped on a remix of Propaine and Rich Homie Quan's "2 Rounds," and now he closes out the evening by once again teaming with Quan on a remix. "Drugs," taken from Young Scooter's recent tape 80s Baby, is the target this time around.
  • Dead Serious
    Dead Serious
    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."
  • Trap On Wheels
    Trap On Wheels
    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 or not. 
  • Ghetto Gold
    Ghetto Gold
    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. On "Ghetto Gold" he goes back a generation in the Brick Squad family tree (he does the same with OJ Da Juiceman a few tracks later), teaming up with Gucci's semi-estranged partner, Waka Flocka.
  • Jugg House
    Jugg House
    Gucci Mane’s new album, Trap House 4, was made available on iTunes today just in time for your 4th of July festivities. (Perfect BBQ music I know). One of the project's highly anticipated records has made its way online tonight and that being "Jugg House" featuring Chicago's Fredo Santana and Gucci's former cellmate Young Scooter.
  • Life Support
    Life Support
    Young Scooter's been having a great year, with tracks like "Hector" and "Bag It Up" under his belt, but this new one may take the cake. "Life Support" features 2 Chainz and was produced by ChopHouze.
  • New Young Niggas
    New Young Niggas
    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. Today, an unofficial sequel has arrived, substituting Migos for Street Lottery winner Young Scooter. The man who taught us how to juug and finesse the plug is a welcome addition to the gang, with the rapper delivering his world-weary but excitable flows as an effective contrast to Thugger and Quan's warbled melodies.
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