Sam Scarfo - Down at the Bottom

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Sam Scarfo
Producer:
Boola
Album:
The 19th Letter (Mixtape)

Most of our favorite nationally-known rap stars, who are now enjoying lifestyles of the rich and famous, started their lives Down at the Bottom.  For instance, New Jersey native and Def Jam signee Sam Scarfo has spent plenty of time on the lowest rung of society.  Refusing to forget where it all starts, however, Scarfo documents the depths of a ghetto-raised lifestyle, from his mother’s upcoming drug trial to recently discovering he impregnated a women, on this new song from his The 19th Letter mixtape.  Producer Boola adds a slow, introspective East Coast beat, which allows Scarfo’s story to remain the primary focus of the record.  All in all, it makes for some “chill” background music that will resonate very strongly with several listeners.

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