Scotty ATL Reminisces On “I Could’ve Gave Up”

Scotty ATL’s constant grind has been paying off more and more these days. Subsequent to the release of his solid mixtape, F.A.I.T.H., he’s been on the radar of many within the music industry. He’s appeared on This Is 50 and Sway In The Morning, and had his “Game” video featured on 106 N Park. Furthermore, he’s managed by reputable music A & R Dante Ross.

Scotty’s currently putting the finishing touches on his forthcoming project, Spaghetti Junction (presumably an ode to Outkast’s song of the same title). He recently dropped a video for a track off the installment titled “I Could’ve Gave Up.” Produced by well-known Texas-based DJ Mr. Rogers, the track appears to be therapeutic for Scotty. On the song, he drops verses about the trials he’s encountered throughout life and how they could have persuaded him to quit rapping. Instead, he persevered and it’s paying off for him slowly but surely.

The visual shows a cast-handed Scotty sitting on a bench with his comrade while rapping lines as footage regularly appears of him providing inspirational messages to the youth, performing and traveling. Check out the video to “I Could’ve Gave Up” below.

By @Lou4President

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