Nitty Scott, MC. is the Truth. Not only is she an amazing lyricist, but the girl can flow. With the release of only two mixtapes, DOOBIES x POPSICLE STICKS and The Cassett Chronicals, Nitty has stepped onto the scene with the confidence and skills of a seasoned hip hop vet.
I first heard Nitty while listening to ‘Black Swan’ off Statik Selektah‘s Population Control. At first I was captivated by Statik’s production remix of Cunninlynguists ‘Dance for Me‘ until Nitty’s verse quickly grabbed my full attention with her accelerated but articulate flow.
Although she’s labeled herself as the punchline princess, Nitty avoids the Young Money-like pitfalls of all punchline no point. She gracefully melds quips into entire concepts. My favorite example of her witty storytelling skills is featured in her remake of Kanye’s ‘Monster‘.
As founder of the Boombox Family movement, Nitty is clearly on a mission to re-instill the real and weed out the wack. She denounces gimmicks, games and the sub-genre typed ‘Femcee.’ Her mixtapes The Cassette Chronicles and DOOBIES x POPSICLE STICKS are must-cops if you enjoy an aggressive flow filled with intelligent rhyme skills. Just listen to ‘Truth’ off A3C Vol. 1.and you’ll quickly realize the girl is legit.