Scorey’s refreshingly gentle sound has reigned supreme on his come-up in the new wave — bolstering his knack for somber heartbreak music on his newest single, “Oh, Oh” (April 29).
In an industry landscape where it seems like every artist is competing to be the toughest, Scorey is doubling down on his catchy, soft-spoken style and “Oh, Oh” is just the latest example. On the track, Scorey delivers deceptively simple, pop-infused melodies over his go-to guitar-led production produced by Callari. Earlier this week (April 25), Scorey previewed an acoustic version of “Oh, Oh” with a classic Einer Bankz video.
Matching the summer-y tone of the song, the Ryan Lynch-directed music video for “Oh Oh” is lighthearted and playful — showing Scorey, his boys and 20 of his closest model friends having some fun under the California sun with a “girls v. boys” water gun fight.
Eagle-eyed fans of the underground will also spot Dro Kenji in a few shots — Internet Money’s rising star who’s quickly gaining momentum off the back of dropping six projects in five projects in just over a year. Scorey was one of only two features off Kenji’s impressive WITH OR WITHOUT YOU project released in January.
As we learned in his OGM interview with Hakeem Rowe, Scorey first caught fire with several viral freestyles on social media — and properly arrived on the scene after his infectious, unique-sounding breakout hit, “Moods” went viral in 2020 after becoming Polo G’s first signee under ODA Records.
Between his strong start, top-tier backing and uniquely broad appeal, Scorey is already setting himself up to be a major fixture in the increasingly popular overlap between pop and hip-hop for years to come.
Check out the music video for Scorey’s “Oh, Oh” below