Nitty Scott, MC - Language Arts

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Good Reverend Dr.
Album:
Okayplayerspace

Though Nitty Scott, MC is always working to sharpen her mic skills, her verbal prowess far predates her rise as an emcee. As the Windy City repper informs us on her latest feature, Language Arts has been her forte since her school days. On this fresh single, newly-released as part of the Okayplayerspace interview series (Click here to peep the full interview!), the artist showcases her mastery of the English language, delivering braggadocios bars packed with witty wordplay and internal rhyme. Good Reverend Dr. backs her lyrical calisthenics with a headphone-ready jazz-flute loop. This record isn’t attached to a larger project, but fans should keep it locked to our pages for the latest on Scott’s currently-unscheduled forthcoming album, The Art of Chill.

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