The Future: Scoop Deville


West Coast stand up!

LA’s Scoop Deville has been making heat for a hot minute now. We’ve all heard the massive I Wanna Rock beat.

22 year old Elijah Blue Molina is the son of veteran West Coast legend Kid Frost. Scoop has been working with Snoop, Fat Joe and his own group Get Busy Commitee who have been tipped as ones for the future.

Scoop isn’t afraid to use unorthodox sounds and samples to make his beats different. His drum programming is top notch too, his style is like a cross between The Neptunes and DJ Khalil.

Right now, Scoop is working with The Clipse, Fat Joe and is supposed to be involved with Detox and the Under Pressure single.

Keep up the good work.

Snoop Dogg: I Wanna Rock (this was a monster record)

Get Busy Committee: Come Talk To Me (nice new jack swing sample, I’mma fan of this record)

Snoop ft Jazmine Sullivan: Different Languages (dope piano chords)

Scoop Deville feat Ryu & Young De: Fresh Off The Top/ We On It (this needs a good set of speakers, and We On It should be made longer!)

Fat Joe ft Young Jeezy: Ha, Ha (real creative, minimalist shit here)

Cory Gunz:Big Noise ( if Wayne is serious about breaking Cory Gunz, then he should put some money behind this record)

Xzibit: Hurt Locker (this should be played at high volume)

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Posted on April 11, 2010, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. dope post…Trackmasters are really underrated. The work they did on It Was Written was crazy.

  2. lol…posted my Trackmasters comments in the wrong post. But now that you mention it Scoop Deville is pretty good too. I didn’t know he produced those tracks.

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