Ohio-born, New York-based producer and rapper extraordinaire 16yrold (who's actually 18 years old) has blown up over the last year rising through the ranks on SoundCloud. His groundwork lead to him becoming one of the more in-demand producers among the younger wave of rappers, including Lil Yachty and Famous Dex. Now he's got a new video for "Young Scooter," his collab with Yung Bans, D Savage and Tracy.

The Lonewolf-directed footage is well-shot, using quickly-changing shots of Yung Bans, D Savage and Tracy, in what seems to be a penthouse in a high-rise. Animation fills the video, accentuating the actions of all of the artists pictured. The visual is also slowed down and also rewinds in a few spots.

D Savage has the first verse, kicking the song off properly. "You don't want smoke/
Nigga, then prove it," he threatens. "All of the beef/We get into it."

Yung Bans sticks to hook duty this time around, and the chorus is catchy. "Aye, yeah, uh, we gettin' to it/Aye, yeah, I feel like Young Scooter," he chants, a nod to the Atlanta trap rapper of the same name.

16yrold has had multiple collaborations in the last year, considering how in-demand his work has become. He linked with Smokepurpp last July for "Do What I Want" and produced for the Bronx's own Smooky MarGielaa on the song "Money Talk."

Watch 16yrold's "Young Scooter" video featuring Yung Bans, D Savage and Tracy below.

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