Scorey “Dior You”

by NO JUMPER on March 22, 2021

Written by Aidan Werder

Last week, Scorey dropped “Dior You” - a catchy, lighthearted love song for the designer generation and a huge score for Polo G’s first signee to his new record label, Only Dreamers Achieve (ODA) Records. 

In the accompanying Trigg-directed visual that dropped the same day, we fittingly see a Dior-bucket-wearing Scorey treat his leading lady to a designer shopping spree - hitting what looks like all the stores on the shopping district, including the Saint Laurent and Dior stores as promised in the chorus. 

The short-and-sweet track is light, catchy, and already feels ready for the radio. Highlighting his versatility (and perhaps building on lessons learned from his label head) Scorey appears to be starting out 2021 on a lighter note, first dropping “Letter to Mom” last month and now “Dior You” - in contrast to some of his popular 2020 tracks like “Moods,” “Victim,” and “Freddy Kreuger.” Equally adept at both styles, fans will surely be in for an engaging, dynamic project when the Scorey album finally drops. 

For those late to the party, Scorey is from Syracuse, NY and has been dropping tracks since 2019, but made a huge splash at the end of last year with the instant smash hit, “Moods” - an understated, melodic track with a deceptively catchy chorus that went viral on social media in the fall of 2020 - the star studded video for which is now approaching 7M views on Youtube. Even as “Moods” was blowing up, Scorey remained quiet and out of the spotlight - for a time even disappearing from social media altogether. 

Despite the low profile, it seems like fans can’t get enough of Scorey - who provides fans with a new version of the lowkey melodic style that has been soaring in popularity in recent times. The comment section of Scorey’s video are littered with comments that say some version of “Polo G + Lil Tjay = Scorey” - which is why it makes perfect sense to learn that Scorey signed to Polo G’s newly formed ODA Records last year. This style of rap-singing was really made popular in the last few years by the two young stars from Chicago and New York respectively - a style characterized by powerful storytelling, unrelenting bars, and intricate melodies - and is now being carried forward by the rising star from Syracuse. 

Scorey’s talent is undeniable, and now with the backing of a proven star in Polo G it appears the sky is the limit. Keep your eyes out for this quiet powerhous-in-the-making as he and the newly formed ODA Records run up the score in 2021. 

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by DeAndre on March 24, 2021



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