A rap buzzmaker hailing from the City of Angels, Scotty the Kid links up with producer Bauuer for his debut DJBooth feature. Newly-released as a single off his forthcoming EP, Golden finds the emcee delivering braggadocious, high-energy bars over the Harlem Shake hitmaker’s characteristically dancefloor-scorching synth boardwork. A pitch-shifted snippet from Kelly Charles’ 1987 house classic, You’re No Good for Me, serves as the record’s chorus. So, Booth readers, will you be requesting Golden next time you pay a visit to the local spot? Those who answer in the affirmative will want to watch our pages for further song releases leading up to the currently-unscheduled arrival of Money, Baauer, Respect, a collaboration with fellow L.A. repper Rockstxr Jones.
Written by richard on 03/4/13
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