Young Scooter released the official video for his new single, “Hard to Handle,” starring Freebandz label founder, Future. In the video, the self-made rappers step off the jet and take us to the trenches, complete with a visit to Atlanta’s famed Magic City. “Hard To Handle” is available everywhere now and found on Young Scooter’s upcoming project, STREETS KRAZY, out later this month.
On the Crazy Mob-produced track, both heavyweights speak on their rough upbringings and the effect it had on them. Their layered voices create a unique soundscape that helps build anticipation for Young Scooter’s first project since 2020, STREETS KRAZY, to be released next month.
“Hard to Handle” comes after the release of “Trap it Out” (July 12), whose video has garnered over 1.3 million views on YouTube and counting. The aforementioned tracks, along with Young Scooter’s most recent hit single “Come Eat With Us” ft EST Gee, with over 2.7 million views, are found on STREETS KRAZY and give a taste of his forthcoming, fan-anticipated project.
If his collaborations with Future and other top artists like Gunna, G Herbo, Gucci Mane, Meek Mill, YFN Lucci, and Latto are any indication, Young Scooter is one to watch as he rejoins rap’s highest ranks.
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Young Scooter is rapper and songwriter from Walterboro South Carolina, known for his improvisational freestyle approach, distinctive voice and gritty lyrics. Though born in South Carolina, Scooter was later raised in Atlanta, where he became involved in the local hip-hop scene and became childhood friends with another future rapper, in this case, the rapper named Future. He started his music career in the early 2000s, releasing mixtapes and collaborating with various artists. However, it was in 2012 that he gained significant attention with his mixtape titled “Street Lottery.” The project featured notable tracks like “Colombia” and “Work” and helped establish his reputation as an emerging talent.In addition to his mixtapes, Young Scooter has released several studio albums, including “Street Lottery 2” (2014), “Jug Season” (2015), and “Trippple Cross” (2018). These projects showcased his growth as an artist and solidified his position in the rap scene.
Throughout his career, Young Scooter has collaborated with numerous prominent artists in the hip-hop industry such as Future, Gucci Mane, Chief Keef, Young Thug, and many others. His collaborations have further expanded his reach and helped him gain a wider fan base.
Young Scooter’s music has received critical acclaim and has earned him a dedicated fan base. His unique style and authentic storytelling have made him a respected figure in the hip-hop community. He continues to release new music and remains an influential artist within the trap rap genre.