2.11.2013

1983.

New LP from G-Scott titled 1983! This is his follow up project since his last project, Weekend in Los Vegas. Artist features include Jacob Denzel, Ibn Inglor, Njomza, ShowYouSuck, and Sha'nelle. Project includes production from Fakulty Studios, DrumGang, DoLa, G-Scott himself and more! 

G-Scott has been putting in work hasn't he? Gotta love it though. 1983 is definitely shows that G-Scott is not trying to be a typical emcee on the typical come up. The overall vibe of this LP goes a lot harder than some of his previous projects. 1983 also seems like a snapshot of where he was to where he is now, not only in his career but in his life. I always talk about the evolution of artists and G-Scott is a prime example of an artist evolving in the right direction. 

What I would like to see from him more, and hopefully on his next project, is him challenging himself a little bit more when it comes to his flow. He has a great and unique voice/tone. I would love for him to experiment a little with it and showcase it differently than he has so far. And of course, I would like to see more evolution to G-Scott as a producer as well. I want to hear something crazy dope from him as far as production goes. All in all, 1983 is a very solid LP. Listened to like like 4 times in a row. I fucks with it. Dopeshit!

Rating:
G-Scott's 1983 LP
8.5/10 dope points

Watch G-Scott's latest video for his track, Mary Poppins, off of 1983!
I swore I posted this but apparently not. =/
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