14 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Jugg King is polished, pathos-driven trap music that’s still plenty rough around the edges, and although the tracklist boasts an impressive guest roster from Atlanta and beyond, Scooter’s melodic drawl is the center of attention. Over a sparse, haunting Zaytoven beat, Scooter recruits Young Dolph and Trouble for an anti-snitching parable on “Time.” On “Can’t Play Around,” he joins forces with fellow sensitive thug Future to growl, warble, and sing about repping ATL and staying real.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Jugg King is polished, pathos-driven trap music that’s still plenty rough around the edges, and although the tracklist boasts an impressive guest roster from Atlanta and beyond, Scooter’s melodic drawl is the center of attention. Over a sparse, haunting Zaytoven beat, Scooter recruits Young Dolph and Trouble for an anti-snitching parable on “Time.” On “Can’t Play Around,” he joins forces with fellow sensitive thug Future to growl, warble, and sing about repping ATL and staying real.

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