Ever listen to Q Da Kid? If you have there may be a little something you find pleasantly familiar about Scott King, to make things simpler, they are the same artist. Scott King, formerly known as Q Da Kid, recently changed his Hip-Hop moniker following the passing of his grandmother. Scott felt as though he had grown quite a bit since the creation of his Q Da Kid moniker, and with his grandmother being a primary motivator in his Hip-Hop vision, he wanted to show her his growth and maturity as an artist. After a few months of steady releases, enter Incarcerated Scarfaces. Scott King jumps on track originally by Raekwon, and produced by the one and only RZA. Scott's vocal style seems to mesh with the street production with an overtone of darkness quite well, and seems to feel right at home on the beat. As for the content, Scott King switches up his topics quite a few times, but ensures to never miss a bar. If you're feeling what Scott King has to say, check out his new freestyle below, and while you're at it his latest freestyle on Notorious B.I.G.'s "Who Shot Ya" should not be missed.
Visualize yourself at the Sound Academy last night to see the legend Raekwon performing his classic album Only Built For Cuban Linx in its entirety. Any real Hip-Hop fans would be beyond ecstatic to see this live and if that wasn't enough, The Chef brought out Kardinal Offishall to take it up another notch! Performing classic songs like “Incarcerated Scarfaces” and “Ice Cream” together, I really wish I could have been there. Let me know what you think of Kardinal and Raekwon's performance and if you haven't already got the chance make sure to check out our interview with Kardinal Offishall and Raekwon on The Come Up Show. Footage filmed by: This Is Walder