Streamer Kumu J Scott is now a recording artist
Promising talent J Scott enters the recording scene with his debut single “Grown Up man”, released on ABS-CBN’s Old School Records label. A new face on the music scene, J Scott revealed in a MYXclusive interview that he was discovered by label boss Kikx Salazar while broadcasting live on the Pinoy kumu community platform.
“At first, I didn’t know him. He asked me to sing ‘Akin Ka Na Lang’, I went, even though it was too high for me. Then he told me to find out who wrote the song, I was shocked. Then he told me that we should collaborate soon, and it really happened, ”he said. As a music label committed to producing songs that recall music’s past eras and uncovering new talent, Old School Records aims to bring back the sweet pop music that prevailed in the 2000s through the artistry of J Scott. “Grown Up Man,” written and composed by Kikx with Theo Martel, offers a cold vibe that contrasts sharply with his lyrics about being more mature and ready to engage in relationships.
“This is a person who is not used to making a commitment to someone and who is afraid of being in a relationship. One day he met someone who changed his mind and made him be seriously in love, “said J. Scott. Although a relatively newbie, J Scott has already started to establish a fairly solid presence on the sites. social media like TikTok (58.8,000 subscribers) and kumu (16.88,000 subscribers) J Scott’s single “Grown Up Man” is now available on various digital music services.
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