After dropping two new tracks last month (“Finally Made It” & “Shoot for the Stars” last month), SCS just dropped his new July single earlier today. “Extra Extra” is a return to SCS’ social justice roots and drops several truth bombs about racism, inequality & police brutality. The instrumental produced by PSBeats, and the song is available across virtually all digital platforms including: iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play & Amazon Music.
This past weekend, SCS headed partially across the Bay Bridge to the easternmost edge of San Francisco to Treasure Island. He didn’t travel to go to the flea market; instead he and videographer Kevin Curro shot the video for “Resist”, the first song on SCS’ upcoming second album “Leaps & Bounds”.
While lacking many of the special effects seen in Kendrick Lamar’s 2015 video “Alright” shot on T.I., SCS’ video nonetheless carries a powerful message of resistance against the status quo. While shot in color, it looks like he and his team are leaning toward moving this to the black & white / grayscale domain for added effect.
The song “Resist” drops when “Leaps & Bounds” drops on 9/29. SCS thinks the video will come out later this year: “While we don’t have an exact timetable locked in yet for the video, I expect it to drop in the next couple months,” he said.