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New music from the newest member of 2Pac’s The Outlawz, Portland’s Scotty Deuce

New music from the newest member of 2Pac’s The Outlawz, Portland’s Scotty Deuce
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The newest and youngest member of 2Pac’s legendary group The Outlawz, North Portland rapper Scotty Deuce drops ​off his debut project, New Outlaw Order.

11 tracks deep featuring Mistah Fab, H-Ryda, and more – Scotty introduces listeners to his versatile flow and song writing, while paying homage to the late, great 2Pac. Another rising star out of St John’s and having already worked with West Coast legends Too Short, The Jacka, and Yukmouth all before his first release, Scotty Deuce is set to make a big splash in the music game this year and beyond. Download New Outlaw Order and check out the official video for Al Pacino plus even more new music dropping soon!

More info on Scotty Deuce
Malik Abdur-Rahim aka Scotty Deuce is an up and coming MC from Portland, Oregon plus the newest member of 2Pac‘s legendary group The Outlawz. Scotty began his to journey to the mic at the young age of 10 – struggling to pay attention in school, Scotty would spend class time practicing his rhymes or skipping class all together and running the streets with his brothers getting into trouble. As Scotty progressed in his rhyming ability, from word play to delivery to having complete confidence in his talent, he began to take his art more and more serious. Around the age of 14, Scotty began recording songs in various studios from Los Angeles to Las Vegas and back to his home turf Portland, Oregon. Now at the age of 20, Scotty had the honor of working with West Coast legends including Tha Jacka (RIP), H-Ryda, Tha Outlawz, YukMouth, & even Too Short. Recently Scotty dropped his debut project, ‘New Outlawz Order Vol. 1′ featuring Mistah Fab and paying homage to the his biggest influence, the late great 2pac. Be on the look out for Scotty Deuce.


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