Molina, an LA native, grew up in a musical family having the pioneer Latino father known as the legendary Kid Frost. So it’s no surprise that he started writing music by the age of nine, to then producing his first hit single, “Mamacita” by Baby Bash at just fifteen years old, which landed him #26 on Billboard’s Rhythmic charts.
Scoops contribution played a huge role in leading with the two top singles for Kendrick Lamar’s album Good Kid M.A.A.D City “The Recipe” ft. Dr. Dre & “Poetic Justice” ft. Drake. Currently to date, Kenny’s multi-platinum GKMC has become the longest-charting hip-hop studio album on the Billboard 200.
Other artists include: Snoops “I Wanna Rock” ft. Jay Z and Busta Rhymes “Calm Down” ft. Eminem, which charted in the top 50 of the US Billboard Hot 100. The list doesn’t stop with the likes of 50 Cent ft. Post Malone, Vince Staples, Fat Joe, Rico Love and Paul Wall. His current hit single with artist Buddy called “Trouble on Central” was featured on HBO’s Insecure, performed on Jimmy Fallon with The Roots, James Corden’s Late Late Show and NPR’s Tiny Desk.
Recently Deville has collaborated with Avila Brothers, Usher, Terry Lewis, Raekwon, Travis Barker, Boys Noize, GTA, Nosaj Thing, Tinie Tempah, YG, Jeff Gitty.
Today’s Scoop is a sought out tastemaker for high creatives and musicians. Having a vast music knowledge and appreciation gives Scoop an authentic foundation for opening his musical palette to a genre-less world of endless sound and experimentation.
“This is my musical experience, humbly being mystique and living a supernatural life while remaining a forever student to my craft.” - Scoop
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