Wet, Drip, Faucet is the official single from Scott King‘s highly-anticipated EP “Early Arrival, Late Departure” which is slated to be released soon. The single features singer/songwriter, Meka Means, and Grand Hustle’s first lady, Tokyo Jetz who recently dropped her album “Bonafide.”
Fans can look forward to hearing more familiar voices on this EP with features that include, Musiq Soulchild, Uncle Murda, Mysonne and Miguel.
Back and better, the reintroduction of Scott King, it has not been an easy journey, but one that has aided in the growth of who Scott King is as an artist today.
Scott King – a name that derives from the combination of his maternal family surname and the concept that men should be kings – brings a message that is mostly missing from the industry today. He skips the braggadocio and forgoes the glorification of money, women, and drugs. With a sound and lyrical content reminiscent of the days of real hip-hop, Scott King’s rhymes focus on humility, dreams actualized, and perseverance.
When King presents his thoughts to the world, he wants his fans to know that he has something to talk about and that every experience that he puts in his music is apart of his life one. King makes a fan out of anyone that listens to his music or anyone who has the opportunity to see his captivating live performance. He understands that “There are a million people going through what I’m going through and I want to share that with them,” and this spills over in his musical performance.
He has had the pleasure of working closely with some of the industry’s most infamous and influential figures who have aided in moving the culture forward. With guidance from legendary industry executive Chris Lighty and having been formally signed to Def Jam records, King is not new to the game but ready to show the world what the game’s been missing.
Currently, King is collaborating with Grammy-nominated producer, Drumma Boy Fresh, Grammy- award-winning producers Bryan Michael Cox, Cool & Dre and more. Scott King is set to release new EP at the top of 2018. Until then, he continues to release heat.
Scott King Drops Off Some New visuals track titled “Everyday Struggle” Prod By @b._thorp Filmed and edited by Dominic Fondon. Scott King continues to show us why he is one to watch, with his upcoming EP on the way hosted by The Breakfast Club’s Dj Envy and BE 100 Radio’s, Dj Waffles. Features include Miguel, Uncle Murda, Mysonne, Tory Lanez, Musiq Soulchild. With production from Harry Fraud, Drumma Boy, Bryan Michael Cox & more.
Scott King been dropping jewels for quite some time since being known to world as Q da Kid under Def Jam Umbrella. Now the indy artist is still showin he has what it takes to leave his mark in this industry. The Brooklyn MC jumps on fellow Brooklyn rapper Casanova new street banger “SET TRIPPIN”.
Scott King isn’t New to the game the artist who once went by the moniker Q da Kid Whom worked with Jermaine Dupri and also Super Producer NO I.D isn’t letting his past stop him know known as Scott King whom is impeccable Lyrically. The Brooklyn Mc showcases his talent in This new video as he drops Bars Over Kanye Classic Grammy Family Instrumental. Scott King is gearing up to release EP titled “For What Its Worth” .
The focus of lyrically conscious Scott King is impeccable. He is consistently presenting timeless music and captures his thoughts with new viral video “BARS,” a track where he goes in on how he hustles hard for his music with no hook, just bars. We can say that he his hustling hard for his music with the release of single “FTS” featuring 2 Milly and produced by Grammy Award-winning producer Drummaboy just two weeks earlier.
There is no denying the Brooklyn-raised rapper, and if for one a second there is any doubt, he is here to release music that will make you change your mind.
Scott King is not letting up with new single “FTS” featuring Mr. Milly Rock himself, 2 Milly, produced by the Grammy-nominated producer Drumma Boy. This single is, so Brooklyn and King let us know what he meant when he says “where Brooklyn at” with visuals shot in the heart of Brooklyn and the Flatbush neighborhood he grew up.
King continues to deliver that fresh New York vibe that is embedded in him and resonates through his music. He never ceases to catch the attention of those who listen to his music with his undeniable talent and raw lyrics. He is what the game’s been missing.