Scout Friday Picks: Rjay Ty

Scout Friday Picks: RJay Ty

The best thing about listening to music is bobbing your head to the beat and eventually getting lost in it. Rjay Ty’s music is just the thing that gets us doing that. In this week’s Scout Friday Picks, we are featuring the man who knows how to start a party with his indie hip-hop vibes. Inspired by foreign artists such as Snoop Dogg and Linkin’ Park during his earlier years, Rjay Ty leaves the bounds of his previous medicine course to pursue his love for music.

Rjay Ty prides himself for the truth spoken in his lyrics. Setting himself apart from any other music artist, he constantly gives his fans a taste of the reality he experiences every day. Rjay Ty fearlessly unveils his life through his lyrics and inspires the youth to take an opportunity when it comes.

Accumulating more and more experience over the years, he has evolved both in his music and as an artist in his genre. Today, he captures the love of his fans through the relatively laidback atmosphere his music gives, along with his brilliant lyrics. The hiphop music subculture in the country definitely thrives in diversity with this local artist. Don’t forget to catch him live in this year’s Scout Music Fest on August 5.
Without further ado, here’s a playlist of Rjay Ty’s current top-pick songs. Enjoy:

1. Joey Badass – “Curry Chicken”

“Family first.”

2. Anderson Paak – “Lite Weight”

“This gets me going.”

3. Black Hippy – “The Recipe”

“Because Black Hippy is epic and you need to hear this version.”

4. Vince Staples ft. Jhene Aiko – “Lemme Know”

“I hate waiting.”

5. The Internet – “Under Control”

“The Internet is love.”

6. FKJ ft. Masego – “Tadow”

“Relax.”

7. J. Cole – “Rich Niggaz”

“The feeling is mutual.”

8. Happytree – “S.O.S.”

“It’s a vibe.”

9. Higher Brothers ft. Keith Ape – “WeChat”

“I dig how these guys are representing Asia right now. Energy and work ethic is crazy.”

10. Kanye West – “We Don’t Care”

“College Dropout is the best body of work by Kanye West in my opinion. Forever a fan because of this album.”