Appearing as “MC Nad”, Scalper started off his musical career performing in the underground hip-hop crew Made In Britain (M.I.B.). Later in the decade Scalper worked under the moniker “Nad-Made in Britain”, as a member of the British-based multi-ethnic hip-hop world fusion music group Fun-Da-Mental, as a live vocalist. Scalper also was the live vocalist for the UK Hardcore noise/beat outfit 2nd Gen. The first solo release under the Scalper name was the self-titled “Scalper’ EP, released in 1997 on Flo Records. This was followed by a second Flo Records release titled the ‘7th Thief’. Scalper went on to release a set of EPs under a number of pseudonyms, The third Scalper EP 'When The Angels Fight' was released on the Clockwork Recordings record label. Scalper released his sophomore album Butchers Bakers.
2011 saw Scalper support legendary hip-hop group Public Enemy on their ‘Fear of a Black Planet’ world tour. Scalper take exceeding personal approach to his songwriting, leaning heavily on experiential narratives.