Hardbody Scottyy

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Hardbody Scottyy
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Dajoun Meniefield

(1994-08-03) August 3, 1994 (age 29)
Greater Southeast (UMC)
CitizenshipUnited States
Alma mater
  • Harriet Tubman Elem
  • Mcgogney Elem
  • Kramer Middle
  • Johnson Middle
  • Phelps High School
Height5 ft 10 in (178 cm)

Hardbody Scotty (born August 3, 1994), formerly known as YG Freak, is an American rapper, producer, and recording artist. He is the CEO of MOPSTIXKGANG MAFIA MUSIC, LLC.[1]

Hardbody Scotty rose to fame in 2013 with a freestyle to Pusha T's song "Blocka," showcasing his unique style and talent. Scottyy is known for his versatility, authenticity, and commanding vocal presence, and his music is characterized by a unique "Ghetto Poetry" style.[2]

Over the past decade, Hardbody Scottyy has established himself as a prominent figure in the music industry, with a discography that includes four EPs, fifteen albums, and twenty-seven singles. Some of his most popular songs include "Heart Busser," "Trendsetters," "The Abbreviation (Goat)," "Disgusting," and "Lingo."

Early life and education

Hardbody Scottyy (born Dajoun Meniefield) was raised by his grandmother in congress heights, Washington, DC. He attended several schools, including Harriet Tubman Elementary, Mcgogney Elementary, Kramer Middle, and Johnson Middle, and graduated from Phelps High School.


Hardbody Scottyy, previously known as YG Freak, is a Washington, D.C.-based rapper and CEO of MOPSTIXKGANG MAFIA MUSIC LLC. His musical journey began in 2013, gaining recognition with an electrifying freestyle over Pusha T’s “BLOCKA,” which marked his entry into the local music scene.

Hardbody Scottyy’s music often reflects personal experiences, addresses social issues and injustices, and offers commentary on the world around him. Hardbody Scottyy is known for his unique "Ghetto Poetry" style.

He debuted in 2015 with the single LEN BIAS in collaboration with Swipey.

In 2018, he released the single “Heart Busser,” a part of his debut album "Two Guns Up." The song is a tribute to his best friend Marquette, who tragically lost his life to gun violence in 2014.

Hardbody Scottyy has established himself as a dynamic live performer through notable collaborations and appearances at renowned D.C. venues like The Howard Theater, Bliss NightClub, and Power NightClub. His collaboration with STIXKTEAM[3] has been particularly synergistic, resulting in tracks like “Heart Busser,” “Trendsetters,” and “Lingo.”

Hardbody Scottyy has been recognized by renowned artists such as Shy Glizzy, Lightshow, and Fat Trel and featured in Wavy Magazine and New York Weekly. His music is available on all major streaming platforms, including Spotify, Amazon Music, YouTube, Tidal, and Apple Music.


EPs Albums Singles
  • Glory Body (2018)
  • Mafia Mental (2018)
  • Lone (2019)
  • All Hail Hardbody (2023)
  • Two Guns Up (2017)
  • Mafia Mental (2018)
  • Alphabet 7 2.5 (2018)
  • Gddd Uppp 2 (2019)
  • Hands Dirty (2019)
  • The Birth of Hardbody Scottyy (2020)
  • iSAID (2020)
  • Holy Umbrellas (2021)
  • Off the Hip (2022)
  • All Hail Hardbody (2023)
  • Neckbrace Season (2023)
  • LEN BIAS (feat. Swipey) (2015)
  • Nobody (2017)
  • Heart Busser (2018)
  • Bloody Bandanas (2018)
  • Kicked Up (2018)
  • Credit (2019)
  • Envious (2020)
  • Up N Up (2020)
  • Folie A Deux (2020)
  • Beat the Odds (2020)
  • Disgusting (2020)
  • The Abbreviation (Goat) (2020)
  • Kudos (2021)
  • Tax (2021)
  • Sky High (2021)[4]
  • Smoke (2021)
  • S2S (2022)
  • Splatt (2022)
  • Immortal (2022)
  • Chalk Talk (2022)
  • Boomin (2022)
  • WORK (2023)
  • Angela Bassett (2023)
  • Underdog (2023)
  • Uncle Sam (2023)


In the media



  1. W, Valerie. "Hardbody Scottyy: Mastering Authenticity and Versatility in Music". WAVY MUSIC MAGAZINE - International Newcomer Scouting. Retrieved 23 January 2024.
  2. "HardBody Scottyy - Songs, Events and Music Stats | Viberate.com". www.viberate.com. Retrieved 23 January 2024.
  3. "Hardbody Scottyy / STIXKTEAM: The Resilient Rhythm of Triumph - New York Weekly". nyweekly.com. 11 January 2024. Retrieved 23 January 2024.
  4. Andrews, Lucas (26 October 2021). "Hardbody Scottyy releases new track 'Sky High' | New Music". Music Crowns. Retrieved 23 January 2024.

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