Dylan Scott entered the country-pop scene in of the mid-2010s. Born in Bastrop, Louisiana on October 22, 1990, Dylan Scott was the son of Scotty Robinson, who played guitar for Freddy Fender, among other country singers. Dylan learned how to play music as a child, and once he entered his late teens he decided to pursue it professionally. At the age of 17, he recorded a four-song demo with songwriter/producer Charlie Craig, and that tape brought him to the attention of Curb Records. Scott signed with the label prior to this 19th birthday and the label released his debut single, "Makin' This Boy Go Crazy," in 2013. After making its way to 54 on Billboard's Country Airplay chart, it anchored a self-titled 2014 EP. "Lay It on Me" appeared by the end of the year, but Scott's next hit was "Crazy Over Me," which made the Billboard Country Top 40 in 2015.
After the Top 5 success of previous singles “My Girl” and “Hooked,” Dylan Scott will return to radio airwaves on Jan. 14 with his new single, “Nothing to Do Town.”