Skotch Davis rolls out the new track "Say Dat.
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For the record, Thelonious Martin's on a tear with his production.
The ICU leads the way, directing the visuals for Harlem's own Skotch Davis' "War" featuring Slim Dollars.
Battle-ready music filled with all out aggression, courtesy of Skotch Davis and Slim Dollars and righteous production by Ced L.
Skotch Davis releases the new track "Bodied" featuring GhostWridah riding shotgun in the verbal assault.
For the second year in a row, Hoop & Hang was a resounding success and our personal highlight for SXSW.
Skotch Davis links up with film crew The New Regime to deliver the visuals for "Hear Me Clearly," exemplifying an exercise in complete breath control that KRS-One would be proud of.
When Skotch Davis asks "Are You Hearing Me Clearly.
When the going gets tough, Skotch Davis sticks to his guns and sticks to the script of making credible Hip-Hop music.
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Skotch Davis teams with Miami's Lunch Money to make a song for the have-nots and party-goers alike on Independence Day.
By now, The SkotchTape should recognizable by name and sound.
Figuring out who's next to blow in the rap game is highly akin to forecasting the weather. The wise ones keep their ears to the street - both the actual asphalt and the information superhighway - and gauge who sounds like they're headed in the right direction, then make an assessment. When asked who I see as upcoming artists who could impact, I'll stick with Skotch Davis.
"Welcome To Skilla," where it gets ugly quick when Skotch goes in over some good ol'Dilla instrumentation.
Be careful while listening to "Get Ugly." The snapping beat quite distracting in its own right, infectious enough to cause the body to revert to doing The Wop or other random '80s dances. But the real focus here is the trio of emcees - Skotch, DZA and PUSH! - who are unofficially leading NYC's avant-garde.