Our weekly segment Submission Sundays features the new self-produced “Save Me” single from Vancouver-based recording artist, Scope G.
“On that Asian Super Saiyan anime influenced theme music vibe. Progressive rock melodies with some electronic elements” – Scope
SUBMISSION SUNDAYS SELECTION DETAILS
- Artist/Group: Vancouver-based Chinese-Canadian rapper and producer, Scope G.
- Submission: The new self-produced single “Save Me” off Scope’s weekly series, CREATURE.
- Streaming Links: You can find the new track on various streaming platforms, or check our archives for more releases from CREATURE.
- Social Media: You can follow @Scope_G on Instagram, and @Scope_G on Twitter.
Check out “Save Me” below.
SCOPE G – SAVE ME (CREATURE)
About Scope G
Scope G (Gerry Sung) is a local Vancouverite pursuing a career as an artist in audio and visual mediums. From writing, recording, producing, shooting photo/video, and designing, he has a hand in everything to create his signature style.
Having Hong Kong roots, and born and raised in Canada, English would be his primary language, and although he was not fluent (cannot read or write) in Cantonese he could understand. He linked with Cloudy Tunnel in 2015, through a mutual friend. Although he was never too familiar with mainland China culture overseas, being Chinese and being into rap music, introduced him to a new circle of culture: the new wave of foreign mainlanders. Just like many other Canadian Chinese, he felt in between cultures…not being Chinese enough to identify with China, not being “Canadian” enough to really be local. Having an outsider identity and a stutter, he found himself keen on using different forms of art rather than talking to communicate. Growing older, he felt inclined to take more of an interest in his Asian roots.
Through the love of rap music, his art has become his vehicle to absorbing foreign cultures. Now being associated with the city’s most known Chinese rap collective Cloudy Tunnel 云道, he hopes to be part of the bridge that connects the foreigners and locals in creating a new culture in Vancouver.
SUBMISSION SUNDAYS INFO
Submission Sundays is a segment we introduced in 2018 to show love to the hundreds of artists and groups that submit new material to us weekly. The segment also gives us a chance to show love to people who aren’t already receiving regular coverage on HipHopCanada, and gives them a chance to connect with our viewers.
Each week, we’ll select 8 new submissions and feature them on our homepage for at least a 24 hour period.
To be considered for our weekly Submission Sundays segment, please submit your content using our Submission Form. International submissions are welcome.
Please note, due to the volume of submissions we receive, we are unable to respond to each submission directly. Submissions with missing information will be deleted.
A summary of this week’s selections:
- The Mighty Capeech drops Corna Stone: Book 1 EP & supporting video
- Toronto’s Notifi enlists Zac Facts to direct “Won’t Get Lonely”
- Oxymorrons show foresight with “Green Vision” video
- Germany’s Leroy Menace impresses with new Moon Islands EP
- Mazzi 500 previews The Seizure with “Splash” video
- Yung Tory drops visuals for the Dutch Revz-produced “Henny Dance”
- Closer We Get: Keys N Krates premiere “My Soul Is Falling” single
- Vancouver’s Scope G adds “Save Me” to CREATURE weekly series
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