Scoe - They Ain’t Ready

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Nottz
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After getting fans all riled up with his last DJBooth release, Thank You featuring Kendrick Lamar, Los Angeles spitter Scoe has opted to take the solo route for his forthcoming album’s second single. Produced by Virginia beatmonger Nottz, They Ain’t Ready finds the West Coast representer dropping bars on his gradual come-up in hip-hop and his current cozy standing in the genre as he spits, “I gotta catch another flight before the night’s up/ I roll around with the S-N-Double-O-P, I’m from the pound I’m a D-O-Double-G.” Although the wordsmith might hail from Philly, They Ain’t Ready takes on a uniquely West Coast sound thanks to producer Nottz, who puts a Cali-inspired spin on the record’s robust production. They Ain’t Ready serves as the second offering from Scoe’s Tha Influence album, due out on December 11.

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