One of Atlanta’s rising stars in the hip-hop game, Traé Scott is impressing fans left and right, near and far, with his 2019 release, Nawfside University.

Nawfside University comes two years after his 2017 debut, Welcome to the Party. In that time Traé Scott has not only grown as an artist, but established himself in the Atlanta scene with performances at Center Stage, the Atlanta Hip-Hop Conference, and at Harlem Nights ATL. Fans have supported and appreciated what he’s brought to the table and are digging into Nawfside University and it’s an intoxicating blend of R&B and pop into traditional hip-hop on songs like “Swing My Way,” “She Waitin,” and “Graduation” featuring Madd Maxx.

Pennsylvania born but Atlanta raised, Traé Scott has a unique way of bringing his music to life with his mix of northern and southern dialects, it allows for something new to be heard. Also a lover of poetry, Traé Scott puts forth well thought out lyrics that flow with precision from his lips to fans’ ears with ease. Fans that have heard him on WinDC as well as The Collective Radio Show. On top of that he was just featured in High Alliance Magazine in February 2019 talking about Nawfside University.

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