Nitty Scott Explores Her Culture & Identity On Sophomore LP, ‘Creature’

blame it on Meka July 25, 2017

After arriving on the scene in 2010 Nitty Scott has been ever evolving, musically and stylistically. Leaning away from the boom-bap stylings of her earlier works, Scott has embraced her Afro-Latina roots and her music reflected as such.

Her sophomore album, Creature, is indicative of that change. Her first solo project since 2014’s The Art Of Chill (in which she began to show that shift), and first since her project with Joell Ortiz and Bodega BAMZ as No Panty (which showed that she could still get down with the boom-bap), Creature employs an eclectic assortment of sounds as Nitty aurally discovers her heritage, beliefs, self-identity (and the complexities that come with that), and more. A 13-track project can be streamed in its entirety below.