Young Scooter – Jugg King
Young Scooter Drops his most anticipated mixtape titled ‘Jugg King’. As Atlanta trap goes increasingly mainstream, the Little Mexico rapper’s new album is a welcome reminder of the genre’s
roots and its range.
“Get your calculator out when Scooter on the beat,” Little Mexico’s finest announces not long into his new album Jugg King, premiering below. Young Scooter is back, not a moment too soon. The money counters were getting dusty; the trap houses were sounding quiet. As he explained to Noisey discussing the album over email, “We need music to count to and that’s what I bring to the game.”
Jugg King opens with a news clip about Atlanta’s role in the drug trade, and Scooter is quick to offer more evidence: “I break bricks down , n!gga, remix em put em back together” goes one line. “I karate chop a brick like I’m Danielson,” goes another. Early highlight “Burglar Bars and Cameras” lays its cards on the table in an instantly catchy hook: “burglar bar and cameras / baking soda and Arm and Hammer / Black and Migo numbers got the trap goin’ bananas.” This is exactly the shit you want to hear from Young Scooter, elevated with just the right amount of polish for trap’s new era.
1.Black Migo Story
2.Can’t Play Around (Ft. Future)
3.Burglar Bars And Cameras
5.Hustlin (Ft. YFN Lucci & Meek Mill)
6.Diamonds (Ft. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie & Don Q)
8.Cook Up (Ft. Young Thug)
9.Used To Ballin (Ft. TK Kravitz)
10.Time (Ft. Young Dolph & Trouble)
12.Streets On Fire
13.Traphouse (Ft. VL Deck)
14.Outro (Ft. Waka Flocka Flame)