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Digital Diamonds - Delirious
Mar 11, 2013
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58 times
Why do we like this?
Scoop Deville is one of hip-hop's hardest working producers. The son of pioneer L.A. MC Kid Frost is an 80s baby, and he's already amassed a healthy stack of plaques for his work. Any kind sub-category you can imagine or think of -- underground, commercial, experimental, "real" -- Scoop's in it.

Those of us with an ear to the pavement often get to see or hear about some of the biggest names in hip-hop being fans of the underground, like that time Alchemist made a bee-line towards Ras_G at Low End Theory to let him know he fucked with the Afrikan Space Program. But it is a ray of hope to see a producer who made his name crafting hits for Snoop Dogg and Kendrick Lamar just as eager to break new talent and experiment with the fringes of what's popular.

As "Poetic Justice" climbs the Billboard charts, Scoop scoops Stones Throw's Jon Wayne and Chuck Inglish to form a crew dubbed Digital Diamonds. On "Delirious," the trio's only track thus far, all three take turns on the mic over one of Scoop's straight-to-the-point bangers. That timeless L.A. bass booms as the MCs pay homage to MC Breed, oowoops and Amish mobsters.
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