Singer LoVel is not to be messed with, for he knows he has the talent and the credentials to make it happen. He has a new song called “College”, which you can say is performed in a collegiate manner and with the help of rapper Nitty Scott, MC, the equation is complete. You’ll also want to know the song was produced by The Hittas while the video was directed by Llama.
When you hear about a new song by Blu & Nottz, you stop in order to pay attention. Now realize that the song also features Nitty Scott, MC. You do not hesitate, you want to press play but here is where things get in inferno mode. This was remixed by the one and only Diamond D. Yes, the D.I.T.C. man. Press play now. RIGHT NOW!
Tanya Morgan are ready to release a brand new album next week called Rubber Souls, and rubber souls they have not, as you’ll hear in a track they did with Nitty Scott, MC, called “Never Too Much”. Can you ever have too much Tanya Morgan? I don’t think so.
Any good J57 is good J57, and with Nitty Scott, MC taking a place in the song, it cannot be anything but good. For some, it may be like a dream to them but this song is simply called “Like A Prayer” and with the help of Deejay Element, they’re about to take you there where you need to be. Civil put together the video for everyone and now you can witness the goodness in the comfort of your whatevers. The song is from The Ports EP EP.
Syler is a Long Island MC who is ready to make himself known, and he could do it with “Dusk To Dawn”, which has him doing his thing with DJ JS-1 and Nitty Scott, MC. The track features an interpolation of a well known funk ballad, so press play and if you have to, play it again, even with the Auto-Tune that is used.
This is Termanology showing how he’d look if he was the new Big Daddy Kane, and maybe he is (or is on his way). It is the official cover for Hood Politics 7, and he was able to get Nitty Scott MC and Ea$y Money to create “Bars For Days”, which all three do. Or make that five, as Statik Selektah handles the DJ’ing while Shortfyuz is the one behind the song’s production.
Despite what the mainstream media and labels want you to believe, female MC’s are still around and doing their own thing. One of the more vocal (figuratively and literally) is the almighty Rah Digga, and she has just dropped a new track produced by M-Phazes called “Never Back Down”, featuring Nitty Scott, MC. This track is beyond hot.