Scorey Releases New Song And Video For “Oh, Oh”

Known for mixing hummable melodies with magnetic bars and speaker-knocking percussion, Syracuse rapper Scorey is shaping the sound of a new era. He returns with “Oh, Oh”, his guitar-driven, genre-bending new single. Accompanied with a new visual “Oh, Oh” comes following the release of his melodic love song “Girls Love Rod Wave” and “Die Young”, which features a powerful Band Perry sample.


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Dro Kenji Unveils New Video for “FINDERS KEEPERS” Feat. Scorey & Internet Money

Dro Kenji is back with a new video for his rising single, “FINDERS KEEPERS” featuring Polo G-signee, Scorey and hitmaking collective, Internet Money. Featuring a lively, dynamic Internet Money instrumental, courtesy of Nick MiraTaz Taylor, and Nash, with catchy guitar loops and a bouncy bass line, the single sees Dro Kenji navigating his newfound success, maneuvering past his opposition while holding his lover close. It’s Kenji’s fastest moving single to date, with over 4.3 million streams on Spotify alone, and a highlight from his new album, WITH OR WITHOUT YOU, which dropped on Friday via MiraTouch/Internet Money Records/10k Projects. The video was directed by Logan Meis, who’s directed videos for Trippie Redd, Trevor Daniel, Iann Dior, and more.


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Dro Kenji Makes Losers Weep in “FINDERS KEEPERS” ft. Internet Money & Scorey

In an era when young artists are often thrust into the spotlight overnight and forced to learn and adapt along the way, Dro Kenji stands out as a rarity who came into the game fully prepared to dominate with his music on a frequent, consistent basis. Continuing that trend, Dro Kenji returns today to share “FINDERS KEEPERS,” featuring an appearance from Syracuse native and Polo G-signee, Scorey

Featuring a lively, dynamic Internet Money instrumental, courtesy of [INSERT IM PRODUCER HERE], with catchy guitar loops and a bouncy bass line, the track sees Dro Kenji navigating his newfound success, maneuvering past his opposition while holding his lover close. 

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Scorey Releases New Single “Catch Me If You Can”

Rising Syracuse, NY rapper Scorey releases his new single “Catch Me If You Can” via Capalot/ODA/Columbia Records. The Trigg directed music video gives fans a glimpse at his fast life on the road.

Catch Scorey this Fall on Polo G’s Hall of Fame tour, see below for full dates. Tickets available here.

Polo G HALL OF FAME Tour Dates
Oct 8 – Cincinnati, OH – Ovation
Oct 9 –Columbus, OH – Express Live
Nov 19– Kingston, RI – Ryan Center
Nov 23 – San Francisco, CA – Warfield
Nov 28 – Los Angeles, CA – Novo
Nov 30 – Denver, CO – Mission
Dec 2 – Minneapolis, MN – The Armory
Dec 3 – Chicago, IL – Aragon Ballroom
Dec 6 –Detroit, MI – Fox Theatre
Dec 9 – Washington, DC – Echostage
Dec 10 – Bangor, ME – Cross Insurance Center
Dec 19- Atlanta, GA – The Roxy

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Scorey Releases Emotive New Video “Guardian Angel”

Rising Syracuse, NY rapper Scorey releases the compelling new song and video for “Guardian Angel” via Capalot/ODA/Columbia Records. 

The track pays tribute to his best friend Zachary “Zuly” Holloway who was tragically killed by gun violence in May 2020. The emotive song describes his relationship with Zuly and his personal struggles with his loss. The Trigg directed music video was shot back in his hometown of Syracuse and highlights touching moments of their friendship.

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Scorey Releases New Single & Video “Love Letter”

Following the high profile feature “Broken Guitars” on Polo G’s #1 album Hall Of Fame, Scorey has released his latest single “Love Letter.” With massive and magnetic choruses, the much anticipated track tells the story of a failed relationship and trying to get back to love with somebody else- check out the Nicholas Jandora directed music video.
“Love Letter” is the follow up to his latest release ‘Rock N’ Roll’ which has already amassed over 2.2M views on the music video. Scorey taps into his rock side on the song, “I found a rock ‘n’ roll beat, and I stepped outside of the box- as always- I’m just rapping about what I’ve seen growing up, my lifestyle, and how I’m living now. I’m expressing myself.” 

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Scorey Releases New Single “Rock N Roll”

Scorey taps into his rock side with the release of his new single “Rock N Roll.” The eagerly anticipated guitar lead track was written by Scorey and produced by WIZARDMCE, Ethan Carr & TOXICPLUG. Watch the Adrian Per directed music video

The rising 22 year old Syracuse, NY native was recently named one of Audiomack’s 10 Rappers You Should Know Right Now April 2021. He is currently in the studio working on his debut project to be released this year.

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Scorey Releases New Single “Dior You”

Rising Syracuse, NY rapper, Scorey, has dropped his much-anticipated new single, “Dior You,” today, the first release under Polo G’s new Capalot Records in partnership with Columbia Records. The Trigg directed music video was shot in LA and shows Scorey spoiling and rewarding a young lady with a horse and carriage ride, Saint Laurent sneakers, Dior shoes and more on a shopping spree on Rodeo Drive. 
The 22-year-old melodic young rapper first broke out with his debut single “Freddie Krueger” in 2019, the song that sparked the attention of Polo G. Just a few months later during the recording session for his latest track, “Moods,” Polo asked him to join the label as his very first signing. Without hesitation, Scorey accepted.

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