92Q's Tribute to Lor Scoota in Photos

Outside of Wylie Funeral Home, where inside, Lor Scoota's body was at rest and open to the public to view, Baltimore rap and R&B station 92Q held a musical tribute to the West Baltimore rapper. Hosted by 92Q's Lil Black, it featured appearances by a number of local rappers, community organizers, and spoken word artists—and briefly, a quick appearance by Washington D.C. rapper and dirt biker Chino Braxton. Mostly though, the focus was on an anti-violence message and a kid-focused dance party set to Scoota's music. DJ Manny, Scoota's touring DJ closed the event out.

By Reginald Thomas II
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