Elijah Blue Molina, better known by his stage name Scoop DeVille, is an American Record Producer, musician, rapper, and singer-songwriter. DeVille has produced records for Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar,Dr. Dre, Travis Barker, 50 Cent, Busta Rhymes, Baby Bash, Frost, Fat Joe, Mibbs, Vince Staples, Jonwayne, and several others. In 2014, DeVille was nominated for a Grammy in the categories of "Best Rap Album" and "Album Of The Year" for his music production on Kendrick Lamar's good kidd m.A.A.d city. Scoop has produced hit singles "I Wanna Rock" by Snoop Dogg, "Poetic Justice" by Kendrick Lamar featuring Drake, "Women, Weed, and Weather" by Kendrick Lamar featuring Dr. Dre, "Wait Until Tonight" by 50 Cent, "(Haha) Slow Down" by Fat Joe featuring Young Jeezy, "Life of Da Party" by Snoop Dogg featuring Too Short and Mr. F.A.B, "New Year's Eve Song" by Snoop Dogg featuring Marty James, "Nate" by Vince Staples, and "Mamacita" by Baby Bash featuring Marcos Hernandez. Scoop has been featured music videos for Snoop Dogg's "I Wanna Rock", Jonwayne's "The Come Up", Mibbs and Scoop DeVille's "Freebass", and Frost's "La Raza". Adidas featured Scoop in the 2013 Los Angeles Lakers "all in for l.a." advertising campaign alongside Dwight Howard, George Lopez, B-real and several other celebrities. Scoop is also a brand ambassador for Famous Stars & Straps clothing company. In 2013, DeVille founded his record label Stalk Market Records and released a promotional remix album titled, Scoopaloops, Vol. I. The lead single, "Losing My Religion" featuring Travis Barker was premiered on Los Angeles Radio Station KROQ's Kevin and Bean Morning show.