Lil Scotty P – the Future of the New School Hip Hop
The Lancaster, California based rapper has just release his Visual For Can’t Lie To My Brother In May followed up by his debut EP, “Momma I’m Sorry”.
In the midst of riding the success of his latest single Clownin, Lil Scotty P surprised the world by not just announcing his visual for Can’t Lie To My Brother, preceding his announcement for his debut EP “Momma I’m Sorry”.
Smoking Hot Music Video for “Can’t Lie to My Brother”
Directed by Topgwap Films, Lil Scotty P’s Can’t Lie To My Brother visual depicts a meeting that he’s having with himself, as he acts as a psychiatrist and explains to himself what exactly what he’s been going through. The video was shot in his hometown of Lancaster California, which only adds to the realistic story line.
Looking Into the EP: “Momma I’m Sorry”
Armed with three strong tracks, the EP “Momma I’m Sorry” starts off with the street anthem Clownin which is guaranteed to be an instant fan favorite. Rapping about the gritty streets, Lil Scotty P gives a clear picture of the hood life; “touched my first gun I had just turned twelve / only fifteen when I touched my first cell/boy it’s body after body like I’m growing up in hell / Fifteen with the chopper I was really in the field.” Led by a beautiful piano that’s backed by a thumping bass and awesome sound effects, the next track, Ride For Me, is sure to be heard booming in every sound system from the west coast, to the east coast, and everywhere in between, as soon as the EP is released. The last track, Can’t Lie To My Brother – which is also Lil Scotty P’s track for his new visual, has a smooth guitar melody and a heavy 808 bassline that’s sure to dominate any party setting while having fans from all walks of life singing along to the catchy chorus.
Momma I’m Sorry is an impressive hip hop debut, as Lil Scotty P – who’s known for his energetic flow, definitely brings enough fuel for the fire with his passionate display of rhyming skills from start to finish.
Checkout the hot visuals for “Can’t Lie to My Brother”.