Young Scooter Songs

Diamonds
Diamonds
Young Scooter Feat. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie & Don Q
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Young Scooter has been relatively quiet over the past few months, only linking up with Young Dolph for the track “Count Up” back in June, but thankfully that’s about to change here soon. With a new project on the way called Jugg King, Scooter decides to come through tonight and share the first single in its support called “Diamonds” featuring buzzing NYC sensation A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie & Don Q.
Count Up
Count Up
Young Scooter & Young Dolph
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The streets have been asking for a joint mixtape from Young Scooter and Young Dolph. The demand has been overwhelming; after a few months of preparation, the duo is finally ready to give the people what they want. Friday afternoon, Scooter and Dolph shared a new money-stackin' anthem called "Count Up," the first single from their upcoming tape Black Migo Paper Route. Scooter and Dolph are open to changing the name if they come across a better one, so feel free to tweet your submissions in their direction.
Survivor
Survivor
Ralo & Young Scooter
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Ralo and Young Scooter have a well-documented relationship together, from Scooter hosting Ralo's Diary of the Streets mixtape last year, to musical collaborations and more. The two are taking things to the next level with an upcoming joint mixtape in the works, titled The Dream Team, while Ralo refers to the project as a "dream come true."
Ass Shots
Ass Shots
Young Scooter Feat. Boosie Badazz
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Young Scooter and Boosie Badazz love women of all shapes and sizes, and they're not here to shame anyone for the choices they make to alter their body. Their new collaboration, "Ass Shots," celebrates women in their freedom to choose how they appear, though it does supply some warning when it comes to the possible health side effects if things aren't done the right way.
The Grind Don't Stop
The Grind Don't Stop
Young Scooter Feat. Future
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Young Scooter has collaborated with FBG head honcho Future on several occasions over the course of the last couple years. They even have a rumored joint mixtape that is "#COMING SOON," according to Scooter.
Made It Out The Hood
Made It Out The Hood
Young Scooter Feat. Kodak Black
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Young Scooter is preparing to drop his Street Lottery 3 mixtape next Monday, and he's added some serious anticipation to the impending release by sharing a new Chophouze-produced collab with Kodak Black titled "Made It Out the Hood." The street-inspired chemistry between Scooter and Kodak is undeniable, and it was only a matter of time before they linked up on a track. The lyrics and trap teachings are as authentic as ever, though the beat is surprisingly cool and breezy. 
Real
Real
Young Scooter Feat. Young Dolph
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It's been a fairly quiet 2016 for Young Scooter. At the beginning of the year, he hinted at a joint mixtape with Future, his boss at Freebandz. It now a solo tape will come before that, as the Black Migo Gang leader has announced that he will release Street Lottery 3 on April 11. With the announcement comes the tape's first single, "Real," featuring the "King of Memphis," aka Young Dolph. 
Foreign Bankroll
Foreign Bankroll
Gucci Mane Feat. Dre P, Young Scooter, Bankroll Fresh & Rich Homie Quan
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Gucci Mane’s release date from prison is still six months away, but you can bet the Trap God will ramp things up as September approaches. Today we have a previously unreleased cut from Gucci, “Foreign Bankroll,” featuring four dope features.
Lifestyle
Lifestyle
Young Scooter Feat. Future
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Young Scooter came out of nowhere tonight and released the sequel to his 2012 effort Married To The Streets. Laced with 14 tracks in total, the follow up to this year’s Juggathon mixtape features guest appearances from the likes of Future, Young Thug, Young Buck, Waka Flocka, and many more.
Juggin
Juggin
P Reign Feat. Young Scooter
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P Reign is finally able to cross the American border, and he's now ready to take his career to the next level. While he'll always keep close with Drake, Reign has been making a name for himself independent of the OVO leader, carving out his sound that pairs the minimal, cold feel of Toronto rap with different forms of street rap, including the very prominent Atlanta scene.
We Ready
We Ready
Young Scooter Feat. Young Thug
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Young Scooter has been pretty absent from our lives, we've only heard from him intermittently, with the last leak being "El Chapo" with Casino and Future. With Future's buzz at an all-time high, perhaps he'll be turning more attention to his FBG crew members, Scooter included. The first order of business is to deliver Scooter's long-awaited Married to the Streets 2 mixtape, at least we hope.
El Chapo
El Chapo
Casino Feat. Future & Young Scooter
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If you somehow haven’t heard by now, Mexican drug lord, Joaquín Guzmán Loera aka El Chapo, managed to escape from a maximum security prison in Mexico on Saturday night, and has since been on the run, making news stories all around the world (and rightfully so).
No Rules
No Rules
Young Scooter
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Last we heard from Black Migo Gang's Young Scooter, he teamed up with buzzing Houston rappers Sauce Twinz for the appropriately-titled "Houston to Lil Mexico," referencing both artists native cities. Today he returns with production from Metro Boomin for "No Rules," a slow-moving song that's all about Scooter's boss-ass lifestyle.
Houston To Lil Mexico
Houston To Lil Mexico
Young Scooter Feat. Sauce Twinz
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When compared to most American cities, Houston's fairly close to Mexico-- about 350 miles from the border. However, it's a bit further of a drive from Mo City to Lil Mexico, the subsection of Atlanta's Zone 6 that Young Scooter calls home, and that's where ascendent duo Sauce Twinz are headed on their latest track.
Hit It Raw
Hit It Raw
Young Scooter Feat. Future
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When Future, Young Scooter and Zaytowven get in the studio together, magic's almost guaranteed to happen. They absolutely killed "Ooooh," the opening track on Future's Beast Mode, earlier this year, and now, they're back for two repeat performances on Scooter's Juggathon. Here's the better of the two, "Hit It Raw."
Overseas
Overseas
Young Scooter Feat. E-40 & Kid Ink
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Young Scooter released his new mixtape on Wednesday night called Juggathon. Produced entirely by Zaytoven, the 11-track project features guest appearances from Future, Kid Ink, E40, Ralo, and more.
Dirty Game
Dirty Game
Young Scooter
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Young Scooter is getting ready to release a new mixtape on Wednesday titled Juggathon, and today he finally releases the first leak from it. Linking up with hit-producer Zaytoven, Scooter releases the new song “Dirty Game”.
Oooooh (New Version)
Oooooh (New Version)
Young Scooter Feat. Future
VERY HOTTTTT
Back in January, Future and Zaytoven dropped the Beast Mode tape (still one of the year's best in this writer's opinion), and included on there was a jam with Young Scooter called "Oooooh." Now Scooter's gone and repurposed it for his upcoming tape Juggathon, and as the original featured one of his best verses to date, we're not mad at all.
Colorado
Colorado
Young Scooter
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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.
B.I.G.
Young Scooter
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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.”.