Scorey continues to set himself apart from the pack with his latest melodic release "No Names." Since signing with Polo G's Capalot label Scorey's been on a great run continuing the momentum he gained to get signed in the first place.
"No Names" is another solid track from the rising artist to keep his fans satisfied as they await his proper debut project. In April Scorey released a three pack ep featuring two previously released tracks "Girls Love Rod Wave" and "Die Young" as well as a brand new track "Oh Oh". Scorey has utilized this strategy a few times in the past releasing a couple of singles and bundling them as an EP to get fans caught up on all that has dropped recently. It's a smart way to casually drop new tracks as he builds up the debut release.
The track was released alongside an official video release that features Scorey back to his roots in New York with his people as he performs the track. Scoreys melodic appeal is undeniable and the more he ventures into this lane of 808s, guitar loops and heartfelt crooning the better he gets. Over the last year Scorey's music has elevated as he has matured as an artist and it looks like the trajectory will just continue up as he makes moves in the music industry.