Young Scooter Feat. Future "Hit It Raw" Video
Young Scooter Feat. Future
Young Scooter cemented his rep as one of the hottest ATL street rappers with his latest mixtape, Juggathon, entirely produced by Zaytoven. He's now given a video to the tape's biggest track, "Hit It Raw," featuring his Freebandz boss, Future.
Young Scooter "Dirty Game" Video
While we wait for his upcoming Married To The Streets 2 mixtape to arrive, Young Scooter decides to hold us over with another new video for our viewing pleasure instead. Just days after hitting us with “Colorado,” Scooter decides to come through and share another visual for “Dirty Game,” the Zaytoven-produced record that can be found off his Juggathon mixtape.
Young Scooter "Colorado" Video
We're still waiting for Young Scooter's Married To The Streets 2 mixtape, but until it does finally drop, we have a new video for the previously released cut "Colorado" to tide us over. Featuring an instrumental from Waka Flocka and Young Thug producer, Chophouse, ScooWop greets the slow organ groove with characteristically woozy delivery.
Shawty Lo Feat. Young Scooter "Dope Money" Video
Shawty Lo Feat. Young Scooter
Shawty Lo dropped his King Of Bankhead tape all the way back in November but, with his new video for "Dope Money" feat. Young Scooter, he's milking it for all it's worth. The video features Lo and Scooter mobbing in a variety of locations around the ATL as Lo sings a lullaby to all that dope money ("all I ever wanted was some Js and a book bag!"). Also featured are a select few from his whip collection, all fresh out the car wash.
Young Scooter Feat. Boosie Badazz "Pots And Stoves" Video
Young Scooter Feat. Boosie Badazz
What with an ode to being "in the kitchen cooking pies" somehow currently sitting at #3 on the charts, culinary rap has never been hotter. Young Scooter and Boosie Badazz's "Pots And Stoves," taken from this year's Jug Season tape, is yet another example of songs about kitchen supplies taking the torch from songs about wrists, which was a huge trend last year.
Young Scooter "Jug Season" Video
As he informed us in our recent interview with him, Young Scooter's already hard at work on a follow-up to January's Jug Season tape (and even an album to follow that), but today he returns to the project to share a video for its title track.
Young Scooter Announces Album Title, Hints At Joint Projects With Future
For the past five or so years, Young Scooter has been a mainstay in Atlanta's trap scene. He recently dropped his tenth mixtape, Jug Season, and before he follows it up with Married To The Streets 2, we got the chance to sit down with the Black Migo Gang artist and talk shop.
Noisey's Atlanta Documentary (Ep. 5)
The last episode in Noisey's on-going "Atlanta" series focused on the infamous ATL twins and their connection with Gucci Mane. Today Noisey unveils the fifth episode in the ten-episode series, and we have more Gucci, of course, plus some Young Scooter. In this week's episode, Noisey host Thomas rides along with police to visit East Atlanta's Zone 6, with the policeman detailing what type of crimes they often encounter here. Thomas also connects with Young Scooter at Edgewood Court where a shooting goes down.
Young Scooter "Radar" Video
Young Scooter has been quietly occupying his own lane over the last year. After spending several months in jail, the rapper returned after Gucci Mane had been arrested, and has been doing things on his own ever since. While his hype has sort of plateaued since then, Scooter continues to pump out quality music for his loyal fanbase. His most recent project, Jug Season, has now spawned another video, this time for the catchy paranoia of "Radar". Look out for more from ScooWop soon, as we're still eagerly anticipating his upcoming debut album.
Young Scooter Feat. Ralo "Fa Sho" Video
Young Scooter Feat. Ralo
Before Young Scooter drops off his Jug Season mixtape tomorrow, the ATL rapper decides to treat fans to the official video for “Fa Sho” featuring Ralo. From the corner store to the streets, Scooter and Ralo invite the homies out and stunt hard for the cameras in this edgy new visual. It should holds fans over until Ralo’s Famerican Gangster mixtape drops (whenever that is).
Trav Feat. Young Scooter "Right Away" Video
Trav Feat. Young Scooter
Trav decides to revisit his PUSH 2 mixtape today and share the official video to his Young Scooter-featured track “Right Away”. With his city’s skyline as the backdrop, Trav breaks out the Range and invites the homies out to help shoot this Cricket-directed visual above. Nothing you probably haven’t seen before, but that shouldn’t stop ya from clicking play and enjoying the clip.
Young Scooter Feat. Future "Bag It Up" Video
Young Scooter Feat. Future
This Summer, Young Scooter delivered his long-awaited 80s Baby mixtape. The project was filled with the wistful street rap Scooter has made his name off of, and plenty of his frequent collaborators showed up to sho wsupport. One of the highlights had the ATL rapper teaming up once again with Future, who rather than contribute a hook, came through with some "Move That Dope"-esque flows.The video finds ScooWop rapping live from the bando, before cruising through the streets of Atlanta in a foreign whip.
Young Scooter "Appeal" Video
ATL's Young Scooter dropped his 80s Baby tape off back in July, and now we've got a new visual from the project. Watch the video for the Zaytoven-produced "Appeal" above.
Maceo Feat. Casino, Young Scooter & Mexico Rann "Streets Dirty" Video
Maceo Feat. Casino, Young Scooter & Mexico Rann
Freebandz signee Maceo makes his HNHH debut with the video for "Streets Dirty," a song that also features fellow ATLiens Casino, Young Scooter and Mexico Rann. The menacing song has all four reminiscing on their friends who are currently locked up, and saying that, despite their drug-related incarcerations, all four rappers are "still serving."
Young Scooter "What I Rap About" Video
After dropping off his 80’s Baby mixtape just the other night (July 5th), Young Scooter decides to keep the momentum rolling and drop off a new video from it titled “What I Rap About”. The Rick Nyce-directed visual finds Scooter stuntin’ hard for the cameras in front of a Chevy on rims, while flashes of a dice games in the hallway give off that street vibe he’s aiming for.
Young Scooter Feat. Rocko "Count Jug" Video
Young Scooter Feat. Rocko
After giving us the video for “Probation” last month, Young Scooter is back with another one for our viewing pleasure in “Count Jug” featuring Rocko. The track can be found on Young Scooter's latest mixtape, Street Lottery 2, which is available now. The visual takes Scooter and Rocko through the hood counting up their drug money while be constantly watched by the police. As expected, this one made for the streets.
Young Scooter "Probation" Video
After giving us the video for “No Sleep” last month, Young Scooter is back with another one for our viewing pleasure. Scooter digs into the vault and revisits his From The Cell Block To Your Block mixtape to give us a new video for "Probation". Video directed by 1TakeDON.
Chevy Woods Feat. Young Scooter "Pick Ups & Drop Offs" Video
Chevy Woods Feat. Young Scooter
Chevy Woods hit us with a new record, "Yo Type", at the beginning of March, and today he returns to an older project, Gangland 2, for a music video for "Pick Ups & Drop Offs" featuring Young Scooter. Watch as Chevy is taken for a drive around the city with a lady in the driver's seat, while Scooter spits in his usual location, a kitchen. Both rappers count their stacks.
Young Scooter "No Sleep" Video
1TakeDON directs Young Scooter's official video for the Zaytoven-produced track, "No Sleep." The video finds Young Scooter getting high and spitting bars in the studio. It's minimal, but it hits the check-list of things necessary in a Hip-Hop video, namely: blunts, black-and-white studio shots, sick gear and quick cuts - nothing new for a Young Scooter visual, but at least he's keeping it consistent.
Lil Mouse Feat. Lil Durk & Young Scooter "With My Team (Remix)" Video
Lil Mouse Feat. Lil Durk & Young Scooter
Off of Lil Mouse's Michael Mouse Myers, comes this sweet little cut in the form of "Wit My Team," the remix with Lil Durk and Young Scooter. Things here remain consistent: Lil Mouse still sounds like a ten year old (a ten year old who can spit ill, though), Lil Durk still looks like he has more fun just chilling than you ever had in your life, and Young Scooter remains a beast.