Kent Jones Feat. Ty Dolla $ign, Lil Dicky & E-40
DJ Khaled protege Kent Jones scored a serious hit with "Don't Mind," and following the track's success he's released the Too Much Too Soon mixtape. One of the most immediately intriguing tracks on the project is sit down, which two generations of West Coasters (Ty Dolla $ign and E-40) beside 2016 XXL Freshman jokester Lil Dicky. Strangely, the bouncy feel of the record allows all the artists to do their thing, and makes for a strong hook opportunity for Kent. This could potentially be a follow up to Jones' successful summer banger.
E-40 Feat. Kamaiyah
E-40 is all about bridging the gap between the younger generation of rap and the older. Today the Bay Area OG gives his co-sign to one of the most exciting voices coming up out of the Bay currently, Kamaiyah. Kamaiyah has already made quite the name for herself off the strength of her debut mixtape, A Good Night in the Ghetto, which is a feat in and of itself.
She A Bad One (Remix)
Red Cafe Feat. Cardi B & E-40
Red Café has been relatively quiet since he last dropped off his latest mixtape The Dope God back in March, which featured guest appearances from the likes of Rick Ross, Jeremih, Fabolous, Yo Gotti, Jim Jones, E-40, & more.
All The Way Up (Westside Remix)
Fat Joe & Remy Ma Feat. Snoop Dogg, The Game, E-40 & French Montana
Fat Joe and Remy Ma's "All The Way Up" has been a consistent presence in New York over the last few months, and judging by its chart placements, NY isn't the only place listening. Still, it always helps to have some regional talent on a record to get radio play elsewhere, and today, the "Westside Remix" of the record has done just that, adding verses from L.A.'s The Game, Long Beach's Snoop Dogg, and The Bay's E-40. They all bring their own flavor to the record, finding pockets NY rappers probably wouldn't even see on the beat. So is the beauty of regional styles.
I Just Got Paid
Kirko Bangz Feat. E-40 & TK Kravitz
Kirko Bangz typically holds it down for the South, both in his Houston-influenced sound and his collaborations. However today he takes things to the West Coast, with a feature from Bay Area OG E-40 and a sound that is also more Bay than H-Town. The production definitely has hyphy influences, with a feel good hook that could easily pass as a 'West Coast' summertime anthem if the listener didn't know any better.
AD & Sorry Jaynari Feat. E-40 & Nef The Pharaoh
We're excited to offer up the exclusive premiere of AD and Sorry Jaynari's joint mixtape, By The Way, this coming Friday. The two West Coast natives (one of whom is a part of the League of Starz production collective) came together for twelve records, which in addition to giving away for free, fans will be able to support on iTunes.
Pop A Perc (Remix)
Boone Feat. French Montana & E-40
Drake's OVO Sound mix was a bit self-indulgent tonight, as he used it to premiere "4PM in Calabasas," Justin Bieber's "One Dance" remix, and surprise collab with Gucci Mane. That wasn't all, though -- he also dropped a wild remix of a "Pop a Perc," a buzzing track from Philly rapper Boone. The remix features French Montana and E-40.
Inside Of The Groove
Rittz Feat. E-40 & Mike Posner
Strange Music rapper Rittz may hail from Gwinett County, GA (Nawfside Atlanta), but if you had to put append a regional tag onto his last two singles "My Window" and "Propane," it would be Houston. Whether it be a funky wah guitar riff or a verse from Devin the Dude, there's been a distinct H-Town flavor to Rittz recent music.
Bad Bitch Alert
Red Cafe Feat. E-40
Last week, to spread the word for his latest tape, Dope God, Red Cafe shared a remix of Desiigner's ubiquitous hit "Panda." Today marks the arrival of Dope God, and HNHH is pleased to premiere two standout tracks off the tape before its 6pm release. Here's "Bad Bitch Alert," a tough club record featuring E-40.
Adrian Marcel Feat. Wale & E-40
It’s been a minute since we last heard from R&B singer Adrian Marcel, but with his debut album set to arrive later this Spring, that all changes here today. Recruiting MMG’s own Wale & fellow West Coast veteran E-40, Adrian decides to come through today and share his new party single “WAM.”
Statue Of Liberty
Philthy Rich Feat. E-40 & Nef The Pharaoh
Philthy Rich is ready to drop his album Real Niggas Back In Style at the end of this week. Before he does that, he shares one last single, "Statue of Liberty" feat. E-40 and Nef the Pharaoh.
E-40 Feat. Nef The Pharaoh & D.R.A.M.
Producer Rick Rock never made it *big time*, but he's been a Bay Area insititution for the last decade, the most reliable purveyor of slappers in the metropolitan area.
Wolfgang Gartner Feat. Dam-Funk & E-40
Wolfgang Gartner is an electronic DJ. However, as Flume has show recently, that doesn’t mean he can’t put together a funky crossover track. “Hurricane Slurricane” is just that.
Freddie Gibbs Feat. Gucci Mane & E-40
Tomorrow, November 20th, is the day that Freddie Gibbs drops Shadow of a Doubt. Having already shared “Fuckin’ Up the Count,” Packages feat.
E-40 Feat. Rayven Justice
After laying a slick verse on Ty Dolla $ign's huge new club record, "Saved," E-40 dropped a remix package for his biggest hit of the past year, "Choices," featuring guest spots from 50 Cent, Migos, Rick Ross, and many more.
Choices (Yup) (Remix)
E-40 Feat. Migos & Rick Ross
E-40's "Choices" is his biggest hit in some time, and just about everybody wants to get involved in it. He already shared the cameo-heavy video, but now he's delivered four separate remixes of the track ("Choices," get it?). The collaborators have been carefully curated, with complimentary artists getting paired accordingly. There's the melodic crossover (Kid Ink and French Monatana), the old head mix (50 Cent and Snoop Dogg), and the Houston tribute (Z-Ro, Kirkoo Bangz and Slim Thug).
Ty Dolla $ign Feat. E-40
With the clock striking midnight, Ty Dolla Sign’s highly anticipated debut album, Free TC, was made available for pre-orders on iTunes. The 16-track project will feature guest appearances from Kendrick Lamar, Diddy, Fetty Wap, YG, Wiz Khalifa, Future, Rae Sremmurd, and many more.
Baeza Feat. E-40
Baeza has been getting some California buzz, appearing with such Bay rappers as Roach Gigz, Baby Bash, & Clyde Carson and getting a cosign from none other than Kylie Jenner, who was bumping his track "Living It Up" on Snapchat.
Released last year, E-40's "Choices" is a track built around a unique formula: ending each line with an alternating chorus of either "nope" or "yup." Today, fellow Bay Area rapper Laroo tries his hand at the format. Remixed in honor of his home team, the Golden State Warriors, making the NBA Finals, this take on "Choices" is just as lyrically nimble as the original. A short list of some of the "yup"s and "nope"s in this one: Yup: R.I.P. The Jacka, masked robberies, curfews for women, not giving a fuck if rivals hate, "smoking on bud, no shake."
Young Scooter Feat. E-40 & Kid Ink
Young Scooter released his new mixtape on Wednesday night called Juggathon. Produced entirely by Zaytoven, the 11-track project features guest appearances from Future, Kid Ink, E40, Ralo, and more.