Though hip-hop is in the midst of big changes, even the most progressive artists are driven to stay true to that old-school vibe. On a standout cut off his forthcoming debut studio album, Young Scolla harks back todays bygone, lacing SMKA‘s vintage sample work with bars honoring the greatest spitters and beatsmiths in the genre’s history. Has this nostalgia-drenched selection left you hungry for more new tunes from the Motown repper and freestyle alum? You’ll find what you seek on Scolla’s long-awaited Seconds Away LP, scheduled to arrive on iTunes August 30.
Written by richard on 08/4/11
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