Young Scooter knows to strike while the iron is hot. Having just turned heads with his appearance on Future's 'Doh Doh', Scooter is back in hopes of delivering his own anthem.

Remixing 'Jugg King' was a no brainer, and he tapped trap royalty for his moment. Rather than reach back in house with his Freebandz posse, Scooter tapped none other than Rick Ross and his city's King, T.I.. His guests may have been around longer, but in reality, Scooter is 32. He knows the value of a moment in the spotlight.

Needless to say, T.I. continues his recent reawakening, stealing the show with a playful, practically sporadic flow, reasserting his position with gems such as, "I'm the king nigga when it come to that / Put it on the map, made you want to rap."

Ross and Tip alike play their role as elder statesmen, and its as charming as ever to hear forefathers mixing with fledgling trap voices, but this is ultimately Scooter's show. In with the new.