Scotty returns with Burn One riding shotgun to provide some superb trunk funk. Word to the Aaliyah sample on the intro…this is some true Atlanta shit! RIDE THE FUCK OUT TO THIS. Special guests include Starlito, Killa Kyleon, Big K.R.I.T., Trinidad Jame$, LE$, Miloh Smith, Cardo, Soundz, and then some. So far, so really fuckin’ good.
A special little mixtape with a bunch of Huntsville, Alabama talent on it. A wide range of things on here from violent trappin’ to space age country rap tunes. Expect to see favorites like ST 2 Lettaz, Zilla, Gmane, Bentley, Jackie Chain, PT Primetime, Mata, Joi Tiffany, and even a Trouble cameo. Of course The Block Beattaz got soundscapes all over this.
Scotty and Burn One join forces with Two-9‘s Curti$ William$ for this unlikely, yet healthy, collaboration which focuses on the constant issue of thirsty female flock’age. Them cool ass rapper problems, man. Great to hear a more modern flip of that Funkadelic sample. See this on Scotty and Burn‘s upcoming F.A.I.T.H. project.
Scotty “All The Hoe$” (Feat. Curti$ William$, Prod. DJ Burn One)
Scotty leaks the first joint off of his new project with DJ Burn One entitled F.A.I.T.H. (Foreva Atlanta In The Heart). The two first worked together last year in creating the Summer Dreams album, and while I thoroughly enjoyed that slice of slow-cooked trunk funk, this upcoming venture will definitely show just how much they have grown both in their respective artistic lanes (after each experienced such a productive year), as well as in studio time chemistry. Burn One is probably the spokesman for growing new product as organically as possible through spending a good amount of side-by-side time with those involved in the project. It there’s a spark during those moments, it usually leads to artistic wildfire. F.A.I.T.H. arrives in January (it is already finished as Scotty told us on Fresh Out The Box).
Scotty “S.S.D.D. (Same Shit Different Day)” (Prod. by DJ Burn One)
M.I.A.’s J NICS has been roaming the states with DJ Burn One lately…and as they mentioned on Fresh Out The Box over the summer, there was going to be a palpable result to all of this bread breaking…in the form of a 14-track album. Nothing but the combined vision of two talents taking advantage of their time in close proximity to one another (an organic approach to music making that is seldom practiced these days). Guest appearances by Freddie Gibbs, Scotty, SL Jones and then some. Play this for your old head who has lost all hope in music since Motown (or PE for that matter).