For the third release off of My Inception, Sean Scott has unleashed a track titled “Skyline” produced by Harlem’s own Ron Browz. Sean Scott’s visual for his previous release “Let The Beat Chill”, directed by Adam Ross, has been shot and will be released fairly soon.
Download “Skyline” on SoundCloud.
Sean Scott was recently named one of RapDose’s “10 Upcoming Rappers You Need To Know”. Chance The Rapper, King L and Vince Staples were a few of the artists featured in this article. Read what they had to say about Sean below:
“Sean Scott is a promising rapper hailing from New York city, who was born in Atlanta, Georgia. If you’re a fan of New York Hip Hop, some of this kid’s tunes will have you reminiscing on the good ol’ days, all while feeling like you’re experiencing something completely new. While Sean Scott‘s sound may seem reminiscent of NY-based raps from the past, his calm and laid back style is a new take on something we already find fresh. Representing the Honor Roll, Sean Scott has already put in work with names that fans of Rap are familiar with, including Pav Bundy, known for his work with Jadakiss, Styles P, D-Block, and Missy Elliott.
Sean Scott recently debuted the visual for his My Inception track “Leave ‘Em Froze”. The hard hitting track is a perfect example of Sean’s New York influence, with a gritty Nas sample.
Sean Scott is currently in the studio recording his debut street album, My Inception, scheduled to release later this year.”
Sean Scott’s second release off of his forthcoming project, My Inception, is titled “Let The Beat Chill”. The sonic grit and toughness of the track provided by producer Pav Bundy is reminiscent of classics of the past such as N.W.A.’s “Straight Outta Compton”.
Download “Let The Beat Chill” on SoundCloud.