Love beats? Go to Low End Theory tonight to catch acclaimed producer Scoop Deville – who is best known for his cut “I Wanna Rock” with Snoop. Scoop’s 2011 didn’t necessarily feature cuts with living room name talent like Snoop – but he’s been on his grind and producing the hotness for the lesser known.
Earlier this year – Scoop worked on an EP with Young De, which included this track “What’s Good?”
You can cop a download of “What’s Good” here. Its a track off of the six cut Scoop and Young De project titled Neva Look Back EP – and resulted from several years of collaboration with other artists. Scoop Deville has worked with not only Young De and Snoop, but also 50 Cent, Fat Joe and others.
Scoop also does production work with some of today’s studio greats – like Erick “Jesus” Coomes (bass; member of Lettuce) and others in this below video.
If you want to be wowed by beats and production – go check out Scoop Deville tonight at Low End Theory at Airliner Club.