Exclusive A3C Video Interview: Young Scolla

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG Atlanta, Ga. -- On October 7-9, many of hip-hop's hottest emerging talents gathered in ATL for 2010's A3C festival, which included a star-studded showcase sponsored by none other than DJBooth.net (click here to read Sig's exclusive coverage, with video!). For the sixth in a series of backstage interviews, shining the spotlight on the artists who took part, DJ "Z" sits down with Young Scolla, the Detroit native (and freestyle series alum) who recently earned Booth acclaim for mixtape cuts "For Mama" and "Apart."

In this exclusive video interview, Young Scolla discusses, the experience of participating in one of the last true hip-hop festivals, the importance of networking in the music game, and what he's planning on doing with all the dope, unreleased records that didn't make it onto his forthcoming, Booth-sponsored Tears & Triumphs mixtape.



Check back with us next Monday for another exclusive backstage interview!

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