Issue #102 – Digital Cover

Published on February 19th, 2017 | by Dr. Jerry Doby


Live Session: Scotty ATL, the Cool Club Prez is Smokin His own Strain

Scotty ATL and Drumma Boy making music magic (Photo: Erricka Mystorie of The Hype Magazine)

Scotty ATL (@ScottyATL) has every right to crow about “Smoking On My Own Strain” the title of his opening salvo for 2017. Scotty adds to his brand as an artist by grinding as a serial entrepreneur with Cannabis businesses located in Colorado. He’s got his name on two different strains of the plant and works with his growers and in his dispensaries hands on. Splitting time between Atlanta and Colorado, it’s kinda hard to catch up with this busy cat but on speaking with him, I see why “Life of the Party” is doing so well for him.

“Life of the Party” showcases a bit more of the fun side of Scotty and sonically on this joint, he successfully enters the realm of potential crossover hits. Admittedly seeking to avoid the box, he knows this joint delivers full service feel good vibes.

Everybody has a crazy moment or two and Scotty dropped this one on us:

Craziest Where they Do that at moment in his career? Driving from Denver to Aspen for a show and the freeway was being closed off behind him as a storm followed him through the mountains of Colorado. After hours driving in the blind, he made it to the show…now THATs dedication!

Hot Joint “life of the Party” from the mixtape “Smokin on my own Strain” out now and the previously dropped “Daily Bread” is still catching mad looks on LiveMixtapes.

We can expect more major music from his label Cool Club and his first two artists Kissie Lee and Jay Dot in 2017, Tune In Below to get the full scoop straight from the man himself:

Bonus: Scotty ATL “Smoking On My Own Strain” (4/5)

About the Author

Editor-in-Chief of The Hype Magazine, Media and SEO Consultant, Journalist, Ph.D. and retired combat vet. 2023 recipient of The President's Lifetime Achievement Award. Partner at THM Media Group. Member of the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture, the United States Press Agency and ForbesBLK.

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