Who is Scott Paul?

Welcome to the world of Scott Paul, where music meets entrepreneurship, and passion fuels innovation. Born in a car in Miami to a mother who just emigrated from Haiti and a father who wouldn't stick around long, Scott had to build a legacy from the ground up. He would be raised in New Jersey, where he used his talent and business acumen to overcome the challenges of his early life and make a name for himself in the world of music and entrepreneurship.

With a sound as unique as his journey, smooth flows and dynamic lyricism have earned him a solid place among New Jersey's elite. Scott's collaborations read like a who's who of the music industry. He has worked with Jersey icons such as Fetty Wap and Justina Valentine, creating music that pushes boundaries and challenges the status quo. But his collaborations aren't limited to New Jersey artists. Scott has shared the stage with renowned artists like Cardi B, PnB Rock, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, J. Cole, Meek Mill, Tory Lanez, Mac Miller, Chance the Rapper, Mac Miller, and many more. These collaborations have not only expanded his musical horizons but have also allowed him to make his mark on the wider music industry.

He founded Ill Intent Entertainment with a vision to dismantle the barriers that artists often face, creating a system where creativity and business acumen meet. The multi-media company produces events, podcasts, and offers various marketing services. With a dual degree in Business Marketing and Music Industry Management, Scott has been the maestro behind major concerts, spotlighting talents and boosting the careers of local artists.

His 2014 concert with Kid Ink was a turning point, shining a spotlight on New Jersey artists and setting a precedent for what Ill IntEnt would represent. The success continued as he produced electrifying concerts, including PnB Rock's 2018 "Catch These Vibes" tour, which became a landmark event for the state's music scene.

But Scott's influence extends beyond the stage. He's a community leader, serving on the board of Norwescap and founding the H3AL Network, advocating for inclusivity and social justice. His run for County Commissioner on a platform of progressiveness and his advocacy for the legalization of cannabis, ensuring that communities of color benefit from the industry, are testaments to his commitment to societal change.

As Scott ventures into the cannabis industry with his company "High Standard," he carries the same ethos of excellence and inclusivity. His music career, combined with his deep understanding of the market, positions him to set a new benchmark in the industry. Scott Paul's journey is a symphony of artistry, advocacy, and entrepreneurship, and his life is a testament to the power of resilience, determination, and creativity. Stay tuned because this story is far from over.