Young Scolla - Terrorize

Posted 5 years ago
Producer:
SMKA
Album:
Young Scolla Meets SMKA

When Young Scolla goes out in the evening, he doesn’t just have a good time; no, the Motown native prefers to go all-out and Terrorize the night. Why? Beats me – maybe he thinks scaring away the darkness will help squeeze a few more hours of sunlight out of the short winter days. In any case, leak numero dos off the freestyle alum‘s forthcoming street album with SMKA is an ideal soundtrack for a wide variety of nocturnal activities. Over the 808 Experiment crew’s simmering synths and bell arpeggios, Scolla documents the activities of a typical evening ‘round his way. Rolling through the city streets in his ride, he keeps an eye out for females who might be interested in hopping in beside him. When he finds a suitable target, he shifts into game-spitting mode, promising her that they’ll spend the night in V.I.P. style. He even incorporates a few subliminal references for the hip-hop heads: “Smooth type of dude, I’m on my Slum Village sh*t / Wylin ‘cause my dough-nuts, I am so Dilla-gent.Young Scolla Meets SMKA is set to drop March 12. In the meantime, you can still become a part of rap history by donating to the project’s Kickstart page!

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