Taking A Hov Classic, Brooklyn's Scott King Proves "Bars Still Exist"
What more can Scott King say, other than he's the realest to do this by his own admission. It's been a long rebranding road for the MC that was once rolling with Jermaine Dupri as Q Da Kid. These days you can find the Brooklyn rap bar bender dropping lines like the ones found in his newest freestyle, "Bars Still Exist."
With a clean assist from DJ Waffles, King has his upcoming Trial & Error EP on deck. Yet, the video was filmed and edited by Dominic Fondon. In it, King takes the Jay-Z classic track, "What More Can I Say" produced by The Buchanans, and adds his wordy whims in a rugged warehouse suited for the concrete conversation: "Got so many styles, I spazz on every song/I'm to advanced so me and these rappers don't get along."
Watch the man claim his clout the right way, by spitting raw raps and taking his talent to higher heights. Check his previous productions here and stay on the look out for more as he's working with producers, Drumma Boy Fresh, Bryan Michael Cox and Cool & Dre to name a few. “There are a million people going through what I’m going through and I want to share that with them,” King says about his style of introspection when he exposes his life between the beats. One to have rocked stages and small cafes, no matter the venue, city or setting he's in this to wow the listener and spread love...the Brooklyn way.