Gucci Mane is back with a new black and white gritty music video for his latest single, “Can’t Handle Me,” featuring Young Scooter and Young Dolph. The track is featured on the Atlanta native’s new LP, The State Vs. Radric Davis 2: The Caged Bird Sings. Never one to stray too far from the streets, the troubled rapper plays it cool and dismisses the competition while boasting about his moves out on the block. Dolph and Scooter follow suit and also dedicate their verse to the streets.
Young Scooter and Plies combine forces on their new collaborative street remix for, “Fake Gold.” Scooter goes in over a pounding instrumental that’s backed by some haunting synths and drops catchy bars as he takes it upon himself to call out artists with fake gold chains. Take a listen as the duo boast about their lavish lifestyles and expensive habits for buying the finest jewelry. Fans of Young Scooter can look forward to the rapper’s latest offering, Street Lottery 2, to drop on January 1.
Young Scooter is back with a new banger called “Rap Game.” Produced by Tight Goin’ Crazy, the street anthem finds Scooter dropping aggressive bars and proclaiming himself to be the realest rapper in the game. Scooter doesn’t hold back and lets it be known that he feels the industry is fake and plagued with plenty of phony artists. ”Rap Game” also features the rapper lacing the track with his signature drug flow and street inspired lines. Young Scooter’s upcoming Street Lottery 2 mixtape is set to drop on January 1.
Atlanta’s Young Scooter who was recently released from prison last week, kind of makes his return back to world of Hip Hop with a new loosie track titled “Fresh Outta Jail.” The appropriately titled song finds the D-Boy lacing the piano driven and mellow instrumental with tales from behind bars and movin’ major weight. Scooter doesn’t bite his tongue and addresses things like his frustration with the district attorney, losing out on show money and returning right back to the street lifestyle.
Young Scooter takes it to the streets in his new music video for the drug inspired track “Caught Up In The Streets” featuring auto-tune champ Future. The standout song is featured on Future’s new From The Cell Block To Your Block mixtape. Check out the Atlanta native’s latest offering as his camp continues to promote his music despite Young Scooter currently being locked up behind cars after violating his parole.
For your listening enjoyment, here’s a new loosie from Future titled “No Love Your You” featuring Young Scooter and P. Sonata. Produced by Beatz Attikz, the track is featured on DJ Suspence and DJ Dynamite’s In Due Seasonmixtape. Take a listen to the auto-tune champ’s latest offering which showcases the Atlanta native venting about what it took to building himself up and lets the competition know it’s definitely no love lost.
Though Young Scooter remains behind bars for violating his parole, the ATL rapper keeps the new music and visual coming with “Work” featuring Gucci Mane who is no stranger to the prison system himself. In conjunction with World Star Hip Hop, The “Colombia” rapper debuts his latest music video and brings fans along for a glimpse into his underworld office equipped with stacks of cash, cough syrup, Styrofoam double cups, plenty of smoke, and of course every boss needs his loyal goons by his side. Look out for Scooter’s mixtape Cell Block To Your Block dropping soon.