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Nitty Scott
Nitty Scott Press.jpg
Background information
Birth nameNitzia Scott
Born (1990-10-10) October 10, 1990 (age 29)
Michigan, United States
OriginBrooklyn, New York
GenresHip hop
Occupation(s)Rapper
Years active2004 – present
Associated actsKendrick Lamar, Rah Digga, Action Bronson

Nitzia Scott (born October 10, 1990),[1][2] better known by her stage name Nitty Scott (formerly known as Nitty Scott, MC), is an American emcee from Brooklyn, New York. Her breakthrough came in 2010, when the video for her freestyle over "Monster" went viral.[3] She has performed at the BET hip hop awards and the Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival, among others. Scott released her debut street album The Cassette Chronicles in 2011, followed by her critically acclaimed EP The Boombox Diaries, Vol. 1 in 2012 and her debut album Art Of Chill in 2014. She followed it up with her second album, Creature!, in 2017.

Biography

Scott was born in Michigan and raised in Orlando, Florida.[1] Her mother is Puerto Rican and her father is African American from New Orleans.[4] Scott started rapping at the age of 14, while she was attending art school with a major in creative writing. She found writing a form of personal expression and was creating poetry before transitioning to become a musician.[2][5] At the age of 17, she moved to Brooklyn, New York to pursue a career as a rapper.[1] She graduated from the Secondary School for Journalism at John Jay High School in Park Slope, Brooklyn.[3] While in New York, Scott created the Boombox Family hip-hop movement to "preserve and progress hip-hop culture". Due to internal changes, Nitty dissolved the Boombox Family label in 2014 and began other independent business ventures. In an interview with MSN she stated that if she hadn't pursued a career as a musician, she would have attended college to study Journalism and Broadcast Communications.[6]

In 2011, she performed at the BET hip hop awards, among DJ Premier, Estelle and Lecrae.[7] She was also part of the 2011 Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival lineup, headlined by Q-Tip.[8] In 2012, Scott performed at the Royal Arena Festival in Switzerland among Ice Cube and Mos Def.[9]

Scott released her first official EP The Boombox Diaries, Vol. 1 on August 28, 2012. The record features production from 6th Sense, AraabMuzik, Cassius Clay, DJ Tedsmooth, !llmind and J57, and has guest appearances by Kendrick Lamar, Action Bronson and The Kid Daytona, among others. It was supported by the lead single "Auntie Maria's Crib".[10] The EP received the Editor's Pick at DJ Booth.[10] In a positive review, Nick De Molina of XXL gave it an XL rating, describing Nitty as a "conscious rapper" and praised the production as "strong and diverse".[11]

On June 16, 2013, Scott released her video for the song "Flower Child" featuring Kendrick Lamar on MTV Jams. The video shoot was completely funded through the support of fans and contributors to her Kickstarter campaign.[12] On May 23, 2014, Scott released her debut album The Art of Chill.

Musical style and influences

Scott's rapping style has been compared to that of MC Lyte, Lauryn Hill, Ladybug Mecca, and Big Pun.[2] She has stated that she is influenced by the Wu-Tang Clan, A Tribe Called Quest and Slum Village, among others.[5] In Creature!, Scott explores her Afro-Boricua identity through sonic references to Afro-Caribbean musical cultures; tracks on the album include collaborations with Taíno artists, recordings of indigenous coquí frogs, and tumba drums, all meant to evoke a pre-colonial past.[13][14][15][16]

Discography

Solo Albums

Title Album details
The Art of Chill
Track listing
  1. "Wanderlust (Intro)" - 1:01
  2. "Generation Now (Psychedelic Little Buddha)" - 3:08
  3. "Apex" - 3:22
  4. "Feng Shui" - 4:51
  5. "Princess Celestia (Interlude)" - 0:36
  6. "Lily of the Valley" - 3:54
  7. "Gone Girl" - 3:25
  8. "The Unlearning" - 3:46
  9. "Knowbody Knows" - 3:28
  10. "U.F.O. (Unfiltered Offering)" - 4:00
  11. "Pyrexxx Pink" - 2:36
  12. "Return to Indigo (Interlude) - 0:31
  13. "Little Sister" - 4:36
  14. "Still I Rise" - 3:49
  15. "Afterglow (Outro)" - 4:17
CREATURE!
  • Released: July 21, 2017
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Length: 32:07
  • Labels: Indigenous Digital
Track listing
  1. "Coquí Song"
  2. "La Diaspora"
  3. "Creature!"
  4. "Pxssy Powah!"
  5. "Negrita" - 0:36
  6. "PinkPalmTrees"
  7. "For Sarah Baartman"
  8. "Write!"
  9. "In The Water"
  10. "Don't Shoot!"
  11. "Kaleidoscopes!"
  12. "Indígena"
  13. "Mango Nectar"

Collaborative Albums

Title Album details
Westside Highway Story

(with Salaam Remi, Joell Ortiz and Bodega Bamz as No Panty)

Track listing
  1. "Hola" - 5:19
  2. "Singin My Song" - 4:12
  3. "Spanish Fly" - 2:54
  4. "Westside Highway Story" - 4:39
  5. "Icey's on Deck" - 3:00
  6. "Mother's Mark" - 7:11
  7. "Built Like This" - 4:16
  8. "Shots" - 2:29
  9. "Gato" - 2:44
  10. "Levitate (Remix)" - 2:32
  11. "Rrraahh" - 3:26
  12. "The Afterparty (Live at Jimmy's, Pt. 2)" - 4:15
  13. "No Panty Anthem" - 3:12

EPs

  • 2012 – The Boombox Diaries, Vol. 1[17]

Mixtapes

  • 2011 – The Cassette Chronicles[18]
  • 2011 – Doobies x Popsicle Sticks[19]

Singles

  • 2011 – "Truth"[20]
  • 2012 – "Auntie Maria's Crib"[10]
  • 2016 – "Hieroglyphics"
  • 2016 – "Negrita"
  • 2016 – "All The Flowers"
  • 2016 – "We Are One"
  • 2017 – "BBYGRL"
  • 2017 – "Buddhaveli"[21]

Featured singles

Guest appearances

Videos

  • 2010 – "Monster (Freestyle)"
  • 2011 – "Tell Somebody" (Directed by Conor Shillen)
  • 2011 – "Auntie Maria's Crib" (Directed by Giuliano Jules)
  • 2012 – "Bullshit Rap" (Directed by Donald Robinson Cole and Robert Adam Mayer)
  • 2012 – "Express Yourself" (Directed by Ulysses)
  • 2012 – "Planes, Trains and Automobiles" (Directed by Luke Wilson and Alexander Akande)
  • 2012 – "Paid Dues" (Directed by Sense Hernandez)
  • 2013 – "World Premiere" (Directed by Donald Robinson Cole)
  • 2013 – "Bath Salt (Freestyle)" (Directed by Streets Riley)
  • 2013 – "Flower Child" (Directed by Anthony Sylvester)
  • 2013 – "Skippin Clouds" (Directed by Kendra MacLeod)
  • 2015 – "Generation Now" (Directed by Nitzia Scott)
  • 2015 – "U.F.O. (Unfiltered Offering)" (Directed by John Greene)
  • 2017 – "Pxssy Powah!" (Directed by Damien Sandoval)
  • 2017 – "La Diaspora" (Directed by Cutter Hodierne)

References

  1. ^ a b c Sanchez, Tim. "Brooklyn's Boisterous B-Girl: Nitty Scott, MC". All Hip Hop. Retrieved July 25, 2013.
  2. ^ a b c Fleischer, Adam. "The Break Presents: Nitty Scott, MC". XXL Magazine. Retrieved July 25, 2013.
  3. ^ a b Graham, Nadine. "DXnext: Nitty Scott". HipHopDX. Archived from the original on October 12, 2012. Retrieved July 25, 2013.
  4. ^ Thriller, Jack. "Nitty Scott Talks About Female Hip-Hop, Her First Rap Name". ThisIs50.com. Archived from the original on October 14, 2017. Retrieved July 25, 2013.
  5. ^ a b McGloster, Niki. "Vixen Initiation: Nitty Scott MC Details Journey And Reflects Golden Era Of Hip-Hop". Vibe magazine. Retrieved July 25, 2013.
  6. ^ Iandoli, Kathy. "Get To Know: Nitty Scott, MC". MSN. Archived from the original on November 5, 2011. Retrieved July 25, 2013.
  7. ^ Mlynar, Phillip. "Brooklyn's Nitty Scott MC Gets A 16-Bar Break On BET". The Village Voice. Retrieved July 25, 2013.
  8. ^ "Homeboy Sandman, Eternia, Shad, Nitty Scott, MC & Kid Glyde Set To Perform At The Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival '11". 2DopeBoyz. Retrieved July 26, 2013.
  9. ^ Diep, Eric. "Nitty Scott, MC Breaks Down Her EP "The Boombox Diaries Vol.1"". Complex Music. Retrieved July 25, 2013.
  10. ^ a b c "Nitty Scott, MC - The BoomBox Diaries Vol 1. EP". DJ Booth. Retrieved July 25, 2013.
  11. ^ De Molina, Nick. "Nitty Scott, The Boombox Diaries Vol. 1 EP". XXL Magazine. Retrieved July 25, 2013.
  12. ^ Jones, Danitha. "Nitty Scott, MC's New Video, "Flower Child" feat. Kendrick Lamar". The Source. Retrieved July 25, 2013.
  13. ^ "Nitty Scott's New Album 'Creature!' Is a Rich Proclamation of Afro-Latina Womanhood". Remezcla. July 24, 2017. Retrieved March 12, 2019.
  14. ^ Orcutt, K. C. "Nitty Scott's New Album 'Creature' Is a Rebirth, Revolution and Must-Listen - XXL". XXL Mag. Retrieved March 12, 2019.
  15. ^ "Nitty Scott On What Independence Means To Her". Okayplayer. July 4, 2017. Retrieved March 12, 2019.
  16. ^ Morgan, Glennisha. "Why Queer Buddhist Rapper Nitty Scott Is Catching Everyone's Attention, Including Cardi B's". Bustle. Retrieved March 12, 2019.
  17. ^ "The Boombox Diaries, Vol. 1 - EP". iTunes. Retrieved July 25, 2013.
  18. ^ "The Cassette Chronicles". iTunes. Retrieved July 25, 2013.
  19. ^ "Doobies x Popsicle Sticks". iTunes. Retrieved July 25, 2013.
  20. ^ "Truth". iTunes. Retrieved July 25, 2013.
  21. ^ "Nitty Scott Warns Detractors On "BUDDHAVELI (NahImaStay)"". Vibe. February 24, 2017. Retrieved February 24, 2017.
  22. ^ "Dusk Till Dawn". iTunes. Retrieved July 25, 2013.
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  27. ^ "Styles P – How I Fly (rmx) f. Avery Storm, Curren$y & Nitty Scott, MC". 2DopeBoyz. Retrieved July 26, 2013.
  28. ^ "Esohel – "Paid Dues" Feat. Nitty Scott". The Hip Hop Chronicle UK. Retrieved July 26, 2013.
  29. ^ "Jared Evan – Fatal Attraction f. Nitty Scott, MC (prod. !llmind)". 2DopeBoyz. Retrieved July 26, 2013.
  30. ^ "Rah Digga – Never Back Down f. Nitty Scott, MC (prod. M-Phazes)". 2DopeBoyz. Retrieved July 26, 2013.
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  33. ^ "J57 – Like A Prayer f. Nitty Scott, MC". 2DopeBoyz. Retrieved July 26, 2013.
  34. ^ "Troy Ave – We Aint You (feat. Nitty Scott MC & CJ Fly)". OnSmash. Archived from the original on April 9, 2013. Retrieved July 26, 2013.
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  36. ^ "Premiere: Blu & Nottz f/ Nitty Scott, MC "Boyz II Men"". Complex. Retrieved October 2, 2013.
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