The release of Big Scoob’s Damn Fool gave fans a second a look at one of Strange Music’s meanest MCs. Packed with enough hits to keep speakers knocking all summer long, Damn Fool exceeded expectations with some serious bangers. Tracks like “Damu” and “Dead-A-Man” gave the album a hardcore edge with sinister production from the ...Read more.
“Shut up bitch” is how “Doin My Thang” opens. “Doin My Thang” is Damn Fool‘s closer song. Scoob pretty much blueprints out to you how this album got put together. Everything from his return to music, to his signing with Strange Music gets a mention. How does Scoob do his thing lately? He has been ...Read more.
Skits seem to be a fading art form in the face of ringtones. Newer artists are sticking to MP3 files, instead of hard copies of their CDs and who is going to pay for a skit on iTunes? Only the real and talented artists are staying true to the form, and still keep us laughing ...Read more.
There’s no doubt about it, Big Scoob’s Damn Fool is a heavyweight hit! Two weeks after its release, fans are still creating an online buzz over their favorite tracks. Featuring tracks like “Damu” and “Drunk & Stupid” produced by Seven, Damn Fool has quickly become Scoob’s most successful outing on Strange Music. Twitter has been flooded ...Read more.
Covering every new release from movies to music, Im’ma Show Off Tuesdays brings viewers reviews of what to pick up from the best Tuesday releases. During a recent episode, Mr. Straight Up encouraged viewers to pick up Big Scoob’s newest album, Da ...Read more.
With Big Scoob’s Damn Fool now officially out, fans everywhere have been buzzing over slamming tracks like “Damu” and “Drunk & Stupid”. Scoob didn’t ride out alone for Damn Fool though, as he brought along a few friends for some banging gues ...Read more.
“If U Kall” eases in with a soothing piano melody produced by Michael “Seven” Summers. Calling back to the days of Motown, Irv Da Phenom soulfully serenades on the hook. The song begins with Scoob asking women to play it safe with him, and act right when he’s around. “I aint with these pussy games, ...Read more.
Remember Krizz Kaliko’s “Jungle Love” from Vitiligo, where Krizz and Tech N9ne rhymed about white girls that fall for black guys? Well, the shoe is on the other foot for this rollicking track. “White Bitch” features Big Scoob, Krizz, and Irv da Phenom kicking rhymes about being swept off their respective feet by a thick, irresistible ...Read more.
There’s absolutely nothing subtle about Damn Fool’s opener, “Dickey Mouf”. Backed by tremendously turbulent synths, “Dickey Mouf” strikes listeners without any warning. Offering listeners a bit of advice, Scoob takes aim at promiscuous women everywhere. The less than flattering nickname is reason enough to avoid them at al ...Read more.
Summer is almost here, and that can only mean one thing: it’s time to get the drinks flowing! With the heat coming though, not just any drink will do. Scoob’s Damn Fool has hit fans with a new joint known as “Lemonade Delight”. Mixing a refreshing concoction of lemonade and vodka, Scoob gets that party ...Read more.
Produced by Michael “Seven” Summers, “Take Me Away” enters with sounds of an 80′s club track. A prayer comes in “lord please take me away” and you see this isn’t just another dance song. Instead, it’s Scoob asking for a break from the bad things and hard time ...Read more.
At first glance, many listeners may have written off Big Scoob as just another vanilla run of the mill gangsta rapper. His Strange Music debut, Monsterifik, didn’t quite connect with the fans in the way many had hoped. Bred from the street life and real life hustle, Scoob’s experiences may seem foreign to a large ...Read more.
The aggression and intensity behind Big Scoob’s rhymes come to a head on “Dead-A-Man” from his latest album Damn Fool. Opening with the sounds of lost and tortured souls, Krizz Kaliko’s painful vocal delivery tells the story of a desperate man. Hardened drums, organ-like drops, and frightening piano notes drive Scoob’s vengeful na ...Read more.
If Lil Wayne’s “6 Foot 7 Foot” is “A Milli” on steroids, then Scoob’s “Damu” was hit by Gamma rays. Smashing through with enough bass to carry the weight of the MCs on the track, “Damu” is a classic hood banger. Built like a typical posse cut, Scoob is joined by Messy Marv, Bumpy Knuckles, ...Read more.
Towering over the competition, Big Scoob’s Damn Fool has finally arrived. Packed with 26 brand new tracks, the album boasts features from Tech N9ne, Messy Marv, Bumpy Knuckles, Irv Da Phenom, and Glasses Malone. Tracks like “Drunk And Stupid” and “Lemonade Delight” are sure to keep the drinks flowing this summer. Meanwhile, street anthems like “All ...Read more.
If there’s one thing Scoob knows better than anything, it’s hustling the old school way. The big fella reminds us about his insatiable drive to hustle for his paper on “I Move With The Night”. Flowing over explosive snare drums and organ like synths, Scoob separates himself from the pack, and drops knowledge on fake ...Read more.
Following a lengthy gap between albums, Big Scoob’s Damn Fool finally hit store shelves on Tuesday, May 3. Fans could not wait to get their hands on Scoob’s latest full length record, with features from Tech N9ne, Messy Marv, Glasses Malone, Bumpy Knuckles, and more. Now with the record out, fans have been flooding Twitter ...Read more.
Bringing some HEAVYWEIGHT comic relief, Big Scoob and Krizz Kaliko partner up to bring fans “2 Fat Fucks”. Giving one out to the heavier fellas, Krizz and Scoob hit their bars over a funky and groovy bass line. The almost cartoonish production give Scoob room to let his inner fool out, and lash out at anyone criticizing the big fella. Each MC ...Read more.
For those seeking a worthy sequel to the most-loved drinking anthem on Strange Music (that would be “Salue”), look no further than “Drunk and Stupid” from Big Scoob’s new album Damn Fool. Like a shot of Crown Royal Black Cask to the dome, this hits hard and throbs with an energy that can only be described ...Read more.
He may still be a Damn Fool, but there is no fooling around on this one from Big Scoob. BallerStatus.com has featured the Kansas City veteran with coverage of his newest album, Damn Fool. Highlighting the experiences that went into the making of Damn Fool, Scoob had this to say: “Growing up in the ‘hood ...Read more.