Last year, Scoop DeVille masterminded the beat for Kendrick Lamar's Janet Jackson-sampling "Poetic Justice." Now it looks like the Los Angeles-based producer is capitalizing on that success and gearing up for a year of mega-profile hip-hop studio sessions. Talking to Hive he revealed, "I have so many people I'm working with right now. I'm submitting records for Britney Spears' new album and a couple of people that are reaching out, like the Jay-Zs and the Kanyes and stuff like that, and Eminem." Then he added, "I'm also working with Travis Barker, I'll be doing all the production for his new album."
The next chart-busting offering from Scoop should be an as-yet-still-untitled new track for Busta Rhymes. "Busta has already called it his new "Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See"," said Scoop, before detailing that the song is "another sample-based record, it's really energetic and I would say clubby but at the same time it's got a really good feel to it." He then teased that while he cannot reveal exactly what it is yet, the song's sample is going to be a very recognizable one. Oh, and that the track will also feature what he promises is a "huge" guest verse artist lining up alongside the ever-energetic Bussa Bus. Don't bet against Scoop DeVille's music turning out to be the sound of this summer.