Shottie Drops ‘Nothing There’ Feat. Skam2?

Shottie Feat. Skam2? - Nothing There

Shottie is back with his new single “Nothing There” featuring Skam2?.

Miami rapper Shottie has teamed up with French producer Digitable Beats for the latest single off their “Stigmatic” album. “Nothing There” is a track that doesn’t hold back, and is definitely not for the faint-hearted. The song features legendary hip-hop emcee and artist Skam2?, who is best known for his cover artwork on A Tribe Called Quest’s “Beats Rhymes And Life” and Eminem’s major label debut “The Slim Shady” LP. Not only did Skam2? lend his talents to illustrate the album cover for “Stigmatic,” but he also contributed a blistering verse to the official video for “Nothing There.”

The collaboration between Shottie and Digitable Beats has produced an intense and gritty sound that perfectly matches the energy and intensity of Skam2?’s lyrics. “Nothing There” is a showcase of the talents of all three artists, and is sure to be a fan favorite. The official video for the song is a perfect complement to the track, featuring dark and ominous visuals that match the song’s mood perfectly.

Skam2?’s verse on “Nothing There” is a reminder of his status as a true hip-hop legend. His delivery is as sharp as ever, and his lyrics cut deep. It’s clear that Skam2? hasn’t lost any of his edge over the years, and his contribution to “Stigmatic” is sure to be one of the highlights of the album.

“Nothing There” is an impressive release from Shottie and Digitable Beats, with Skam2?’s feature adding even more depth and intensity to the track. Fans of gritty, no-holds-barred hip-hop are sure to love this latest offering from the Miami-based rapper and French producer. With the full “Stigmatic” album  is out now on Bandcamp and all DSPs it’s clear that Shottie and Digitable Beats are just getting started.

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Yoel Molina Law

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