Scoop Deville Takes Us Back to His L.A. Roots on “Suavecito”
Scoop Deville is back with a brand new banger inspired by his L.A. roots called “Suavecito.” This track was written and produced by the California artist himself and was mixed and mastered by west coast legend DJ Quik.
The Los Angeles bred MC has been apart of this rap industry since he was a kid. On the track Scoop raps, “been in this shit since i was 2.” The laid back flow mixed in with the versatile rap style and the horns dropping in the background during the hook make this song catchy and relaxing. Throughout the three minute record, Deville brings you through his town as he spits about low riders, the beautiful all-year-round weather and the big influence behind his city’s sound.
“I come from a town/summer time all year ‘round/Like how my city sound/Keep on playing it loud,” Scoop raps during his second verse. “Dedicated to girls from different parts of the world/Your boy be making noise/Dropping diamonds and pearls/Can’t throw me to the curb/Listen for what it’s worth/Some things you can’t reverse/Beating up yourself till it hurts/It can only make matters worse/Put the dirt back in the earth.”
Aside from the fact that Scoop Deville has been a part of this industry for a while, he has collaborated with some big name artists from his city such as Snoop Dogg and Kendrick Lamar. He has also worked with the likes of Eminem and Busta Rhymes. Last year, he teamed up with Wiz Khalifa and had a feature on Taylor Gang's TGOD Volume 1 mixtape. With an extensive track record, the L.A. MC is ready to drop his solo project, and “Suavecito” is set to be the first single.
Check out the new song below.
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