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Charlotte Amalie, Saint Thomas Island, U.S. Virgin Islands | Established. Jan 01, 2010

Charlotte Amalie, Saint Thomas Island, U.S. Virgin Islands
Established on Jan, 2010
Solo Hip Hop


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"Scarzeo on Making Music; Maino; Life in Prison - TI50"

Thisis50 & Young Jack Thriller recently spoke with Scarzeo for an exclusive inerview! - THISIS50.COM

"Scarzeo - Promise [New Song]"

Scarzeo makes his HNHH debut with "Promise".

Some will argue New York no longer has a distinct sound, whether or not that's true, there's certainly a lot more variety coming out of the region. Scarzeo is a promising new voice from the city, and from one listen to his new record, "Promise," he establishes his unique style.

If you were to trace him to someone out of the NY rap lineage, there are elements of Max B in his hook delivery. Still, he keeps things decidedly technical on the surrounding verses, all the while choosing some hard production that's just traditional enough to pack his multi-syllabic rhymes into tightly, but adventurous enough to give him some space to experiment.

Quotable Lyrics:
My money won't fold up
Shit, know to act right
We paid in full on the first
Do it like Mekhi Phife - HOTNEWHIPHOP.COM

"Scarzeo - Promise"

There aren't many rappers from the Virgin Islands. To be honest, I can't really think of a rapper who has repped them. Allow us to introduce you to Scarzeo, who is looking to be the guy who puts St. Thomas on the map. His new single, "Promise," showcases some clever wordplay over a thumping instrumental courtesy of Legion. He even threw in a very rare Paul Millsap reference, so props to that. The jury is still out on how far Scarzeo will go, but if this record is any indication, he could make some waves before the year is out. Look for a music video for "Promise" to come out sooner than later. - 2DOPEBOYZ.COM


With the dominate genres in the region ranging from bouyon and calypso, to reggaeton and soca, it’s very rare that a native of the Virgin Islands would have anything to contribute to the hip-hop community that is until you hear St. Thomas born rapper Scarzeo. Recently Scarzeo shared his latest song and his first in a little bit over a year “Promise” showing that he is definitely a talent to keep your eye on in the coming future. - EARLYBBQ.COM

"Scarzeo Talks His Project “15 To Life”, How Prison Changed His Life, St. Thomas’ Hip-Hop Scene & More With HHS1987 (Video)"

Recently, HHS1987 caught up with St. Thomas native and Brooklyn representer Scarzeo during the 2015 NBA All-Star weekend in NYC to get the inside scoop on his movement and where he plans to take his career. Scarezo is a rapper from the Virgin Islands who made his way to the Big Apple to chase his dreams and make his dreams a reality.

With a new project entitled “15 To Life” on the way, Scarzeo spoke with us about his upcoming project and the theme behind it. Reflecting on a time in his life where he faced doing 15 to life in prison, Scarzeo discussed how his past has changed him an help shape him and his career to where they are now.

As Scarzeo’s music and buzz continues to build, Scarzeo breaks down his upcoming project “15 To Life”, talks his single “DOA”, explains how his sound differs from other artist and gives us some insight on what 2015 will look like for him.

The interview was conducted by HHS1987’s Eldorado. The interview was directed by Melle Films. - HIPHOPSINCCE1987.COM

"Scarzeo Has a New York State of Mind"

The Caribbean descent rapper Scarzeo with a New York state of mind has is a MC whose skills are being compared to the likes of Rick Ross, Young Jeezy and DMX.

Who is Scarzeo? Learn more about the newest rapper out of New York who is making waves in the music industry with his new single “See Ya Later” featuring Maino - CELEBNMUSIC247.COM

"Who to Watch Wednesday: Scarzeo [Exclusive Interview]"

Today’s Who to Watch artist is The U.S. Virgin Island’s very own – Scarzeo. Scarzeo sat down for an exclusive interview with VINNYBIGGAVELI where he opened up about his music career.

After working at his craft for almost 5 years now, Scarzeo told VB that he is currently working on a project called 15 to Life that he’s excited about the upcoming release of.

Born and raised on the island of St. Thomas, Scarzeo is out to make some noise in the rap game. Influenced by rappers like Jay Z, Tupac, and Rick Ross, his rough and hood sound is definitely reminiscent of some of the greats.

In addition to popular rappers, he also cites artists like Sam Smith and Adele as great musical influences.

Not only has rap and soul music played a role in Scarzeo’s growth as an artist, being from the Virgin Islands he grew up on the sounds of Bob Marley which was frequently played by his mother. He remembers the first album he purchased being Bob Marley’s Catch a Fire.

Scarzeo mentioned that his name comes from his past and is associated with the streets and a lot of negative things, but that rap music is kind of his savior:

“If I wasn’t rapping right now I would probably be in the streets…I feel like Rap is what actually made me divert from all that stuff I was involved with before” Scarzeo says.

When it comes to artists Scarzeo would like to work with, he named artists like CeeLo Green, Lyfe Jennings, and John Legend for their soulful sounds:

“To me they just have that afrocentric, soulful vibe about them, and I like that sound” he said.

Within the next 1-2 years, the rapper hopes to be touring, signing other artists, and potentially making a movie about his life.

In honor of Chris Rock’s Top Five, I had to ask Scarzeo his Top Five. In no particular order he listed:



-Jay Z


-Rick Ross

On his admiration of Ross, he said:

“He knew how to bring a great fusion of making the south sound like the north…He kinda meshed those two together and was able to still be lyrically talented with it”

It was interesting that he named Rick Ross, because to me his sound and style (and maybe even look a little) is very similar.

See for yourself by watching the video for his latest single “Date of Birth” below - VINNYBIGGAVELI.COM

"Pay Attention 2: Scarzeo"

Hip-hop’s next big star may very well emerge from St. Thomas in The U.S. Virgin Islands. Scarzeo possesses a gruff flow and a whole lot of gusto that might make you think of Rick Ross, but there’s a storytelling element coursing through his rhymes that’s reminiscent of Nas and DMX. It’s not that simple to pinpoint his sound and style though. That’s what really stands out about Scarzeo is on tracks like “Date of Birth,” he bursts through the gate with bars locked and loaded to knock listeners out in the best way possible. His delivery is so potent you immediately feel it with emotion practically bubbling over. The Islands and beyond have a brand new hip-hop superstar in the making. Pay attention to him... - ARTISTDIRECT.COM

"Scarzeo Date Of Birth Music Video HD"

Born Delroy Fleming in St. Thomas Virgin Islands, Scarzeo is a straightforward, energetic artist who says what’s on his mind. - INDUSTRYMUSCLE.COM

"F.E.D.S. Magazine Vol #7 Issue #30"

US Virgin Islands ~ Inside the underworld that most never heard about
James Springette ~ Virgin Island Kingpen landed on America's Most Wanted List
Smalls Brothers ~ C-Bo & Eugene Smalls received Life Prison Sentences
Khadafi ~ Speaks out During 290 Month Sentence
Scarzeo ~ Life After Prison
Will-I-Am ~ Talks about Morals, Respect and Staying Humble\
Soulja Boy ~ Long gone are the one hit wonder sterotypes
Camron ~ Explains how after he put everybody on, no one stood tall with him
Lyfe Jennings ~ After spending years in jail, trouble and success are finding him at the same time
Inside the US Virgin Islands ~ James Springette imported tons of cocaine per week; The Island Boys set up shop; the Smalls Brothers received life sentences and through it all, it was about the paper
Anthony Hamilton
Shawty Lo
Busta Rhymes
Lil' Cease - F.E.D.S. MAGAZINE

"Caribbean News: From St. Thomas To New York City Hip-Hop Artist Scarzeo Talks New Music & Future Projects"

Originally from St. Thomas US Virgin Islands, Delroy Scarzeo Fleming thinks outside the box and is making his mark in the Entertainment Industry. The Hip-Hop Artist currently resides in Brooklyn New York where he’s always on the move securing media placements via websites, magazines or radio interviews.
During the 2015 NBA All-Star Weekend in New York, Scarzeo caught up with Eldorado of Hip-Hop Since 1987 for a candid interview. During the 10 minute chat, Scarzeo discussed his upbringing in St. Thomas, his first single “Date of Birth” off upcoming album “15 To Life” where he raps about serving 6 years in prison, a miracle from God when his case got overturned, giving back his time, and plans to give timeless music with a few collaborations.

Despite being compared to Hip-Hip Artists Young Jeezy, Rick Ross, and Maino; Scarzeo’s said his sound is different with a fusion of reggae, calypso, and real life situations. The Virgin Islands Hip-Hop Artists says his main focus and purpose is to help change lives, and help those who may be facing similar adversities get through daily struggles. He further explained he plans is to deliver good, relatable, and fun music where others can truly enjoy his message and use as a self-esteem builder.

We caught up with Scarzeo and spoke about his fashion sense. “I love high fashion. At the same time, you can be fly in your own way. If you feel fly and secure with yourself, then you are. That’s what the song is about for me. Put your insecurities aside and be you” he states. Maybe Scarzeo will release a clothing line later this year. Be sure to follow him to stay connected on Twitter/Instagram @Scarzeo/ @Only1Scarzeo.

Congratulations and best wishes are extended to Delroy ‘Scarzeo’ Fleming as he climbs the ladder of success in the Entertainment Industry. - CARIBBEANCUTTIE.COM

"The Remix (01-24-15) - @Scarzeo, @EnchantedPR, and @TheChiChristine"

In this episode of The Remix, Christal Jordan from Enchanted PR joined us with her new client Scarzeo. The St. Thomas born MC was in town from New York and stopped by to talk about his career and his upcoming album 15 to Life.

Christal also represents Chilli (TLC) so she talked about the crowdfunding campaign for TLC. Christal and Big Dee had a funny exchange talking about men and scrubs! You've gotta hear it.

We had Ceb from Think Shop Designs on the show to talk about his clothing line and poetry book.

Chi Christine joined us for the first time. She helped with a couple of the interviews and offered her insight on a few topics.

DJ Yogi and Brittany joined the show later and talked about the upcoming Boombap Saturdays on Feb 7. Gerald and DJ Yogi had fun talking about the Atlanta Hawks and their 15-game winning streak.

Read more:
Follow us: @blackvibes on Twitter | blackvibes on Facebook - BLACKVIBES.COM

"MAINO – “See Ya Later” ft. Scarzeo"

Laced up with an auto-tuned hook, and classic visuals of NYC, Maino re-appears with the video for “See Ya Later.” The video also features Scarzeo who hails from the islands, St. Thomas to be exact. - ALLHIPHOP.COM


Maino and Scarzeo link up to drop a dope video for their collab called “See Ya later.” Check out the video below. - SHEBLOGGIN.COM

"New Scarzeo - D.O.A."

It's been a minute since we've heard from the OG Scarzeo... word on the street is he's working on a big project this must be a cut from an upcoming tape... Tell us what you think of the track? 1 of the few guys I know who really lived it, press play and learn something! Listen, Share & Enjoy! - 340PM.COM

"Scarzeo – DOA"

St. Thomas Virgin Islands native/ hip-hop recording artist Scarzeo has turned his curves into gifts and he is on a mission to leave his footprints in the rap game. Scarzeo has linked up with producers Track Knerds for his latest single entitled “DOA”. Check out Scarzeo’s new single “DOA” below and look out for more from Scarzeo on HHS1987. - HIPHOPSINCE1987.COM


Still working on that hot first release.



A rebirth can often happen at the most unexpected of times. For Delroy "Scarzeo" Fleming, that moment came while incarcerated in New York City. The St. Thomas native stared down a sentence of 15 years to life for drug charges, and he decided to make a change.

"I wanted to turn tragedy into triumph," 

"I had an opportunity to sit and reflect about where my life was at. I decided if I had a chance at freedom again, I was going to start taking music seriously. That was what I wanted to do with my life at that point."