Pigtown’s Scott Paddock Teams Up on New Hip-Hop Inspired Music Video

| January 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

In 2013 SouthBMore.com featured Pigtown’s Scott Paddock, a professional saxophone player who leads his own band “Scott Paddock,” plays with many other bands, and has had his sounds featured on many films and television shows. Paddock recently shared with SouthBMore.com his second music video teaming up with Wendel Patrick, which is a nod to many popular hip-hop tracks and includes some great Baltimore scenery.  From Paddock:

I just released my second music video, with my partner Wendel Patrick, called Saxophonic Mixtape – The Breaks.  In this video, we use Baltimore City as the backdrop as we work our way through some iconic horn lines from Jay Z to The Beastie Boys, and Beyonce to Pete Rock.  Throw in a some b-boys breakdancing under The Hanover Street Bridge, a stop at the Windup Space bathroom, a stroll through graffiti alley, some amazing Mount Vernon street scenes, and you’ve got the perfect mix of Baltimore talent showcasing Charm City.

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