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Scorey gives up ‘No Names’ on his newest single

New York-based crooner Scorey has been putting on for Polo G’s newfound Capalot label imprint in a big way.

Touting consistent releases and emotional, guitar-laced anthems reminiscent of Polo’s early career, he continues his hot streak of singles with a new melancholy offering “No Names.”

Focusing a little more on melodies than his mentor, Scorey uses this new single as an opportunity to proclaim his stance against police over a mellow guitar loop — soulfully recounting his unfortunate experiences with law enforcement. His anxiety regarding these issues is apparent in his delivery, with the gloomy disposition of his vocals contrasting the violent picture painted in his lyrics.

“I been on that paper trail, never was a school guy

Grindin’ ’til my pockets double-stuffed just like a Moon Pie

Hop out with that glizzy, tannin’ blocks, you win, just you and I

I’ve been screamin, “4TS,” but still rock with my coolest guys”

Scorey — “No Names”

In April, Scorey dropped off a three-song EP with two previously released tracks (“Girls Love Rod Wave” and “Die Young”) as well as the brand-new “Oh Oh.” This light pack solidified his style furthermore — melding emotional strings and booming 808s backed by heartfelt crooning, whether the subject matter is romantic, traumatic or somewhere in between.

While fans wait on Scorey’s proper debut project, the budding artist seems to mature after every new release. Whether he keeps up with his consistency or switches it up on his next effort, Scorey is ascending to greater heights with no questions asked.

Check out ‘No Names’ by Scorey below!