Syracuse’s young crooner Scorey has been slowly turning up the volume for all fans of melodic trap. After bursting onto the scene in 2021, thanks in part to a feature he gave on his Capalot Records boss Polo G‘s “Broken Guitars,” Scorey s now primed for a takeover of his own.
On Sept. 16, he released his latest single “Cappers,” which sees a bit of a deviation from his sound. Primarily coming into this release, Scorey had been a student of the Polo G school of melancholic, guitar and piano driven street ballads, painting vivd images of the heartbreak and struggle that dominated his life.
However, similar to some of Polo’s gnarliest songs like “Go Stupid” and “Pop Out,” “Cappers” sees Scorey bring out the most aggressive and angsty side of him. Over a forceful beat that you would otherwise hear stars like Lil Durk or NLE Choppa hop on, the New Yorker opens the song with an attention-grabbing jab at pretend gangsters.
PSA to all you fuck n****s (Fuck n****s), I don’t know what happened, uh (Huh)
If you never shot some shit before, then don’t start rappin’ (Don’t start rappin’)“Cappers” — Scorey featuring Lil Roc
Aside from a quick, yet striking verse from lesser-known Lil Roc, or Lil Roc4TS, Scorey dominates the track with assertive flows instead of his typical harmonious singing. This newfound versatility should surely turn heads, considering the Capalot signee has a new project slated for October, reportedly titled Help Is On The Way.
Being his fourth solo single of the year, “Cappers” sees Scorey at his most demonstrative, setting the record straight about who should be making tracks like these.
Check out Scorey’s new song below!