Skooly's work with Rich Kidz has informed what current Atlanta rap sounds like, and he's now finding his own place as a solo artist within the city's ecosystem. His new single "Fucc It Up Suh" plays to his melodic strengths as he delivers a catchy instructional hook for an understated dance record that would make Juvenile proud (the energy falls somewhere between "Back That Azz Up" and "Slow Motion"). Produced by the reliable Ducko McFli and mastered by the legendary Mike Dean, the song features a dream team of collaborators that sets Skooly up for an easy lay-up. Thankfully, he goes for the alley-oop instead, sounding comfortable and confident as he delivers effortlessly dynamic vocals.
Skooly is currently on the Pretty Girls Like Trap Music tour with 2 Chainz, and "Fucc It Up Suh" embodies the title entirely, encouraging women to take their passions and turn them into paychecks. It's one of a few tracks to incorporate the phrase "Fuck It Up" over the last few months, following Yo Gotti's "Rake It Up" and YG's "Fuck It Up," and would fit perfectly alongside the celebratory tracks in a playlist. The song will appear on Skooly's upcoming debut solo album BaccWardFeeliNgS, which follows the underrated Nard & B-produced Trench Gotti mixtape from 2016.
I told her it's Saturday night
How you feeling? I'm feeling alright
I'mma give you this feeling alright
I'mma give you this feeling all night