AD Songs

  • My Flag / Da Homies
    My Flag / Da Homies
    The Game's Documentary 2 just hit iTunes at midnight, but at the same time, we received a gigantic crew track from the impending second half, The Documentary 2.5. The DJ Mustard record sounds like on of the deep cuts from one of the producer's own albums, with some of the L.A. underground's finest showing up, including Skeme, RJ, Joe Moses, Mitchy Slick, Jay 305, AD, as well as Ty Dolla $ign.
  • Juice (Remix)
    Juice (Remix)
    What a look for AD. "Juice" is the Compton up-and-comer's biggest hit yet, off his recent mixtape, Blue:89, and now he's gotten some of L.A.'s biggest stars to remix the street anthem. Ty Dolla $ign opens the stacked remix, showing that, despite his constant smoothness, he's still got cold-blooded bars. He's then followed by The Game, L.A.'s man in charge right now after releasing The Documentary 2 and 2.5. 
  • Out Here
    Out Here
    HNHH Premiere! "Out Here" is the latest offering from Inglewood, California trio Cali Swag District (CSD), featuring Waka Flocka, Skeme, Young Hootie and AD with production from JayNari including a vocal sample from Fatman Scoop.  The track is a reworking of Mystikal's classic 1995 cut "Here I Go", which you can listen to below. It'll be included on their upcoming, Adrian-Swish-hosted project "The District", which is slated to drop on New Years Day. Quotable Lyrics
  • Her
    In just over an hour, AD is dropping his mixtape ComptonFornia 2, but before that, he's opted to share one last single featuring perennial HNHH favorite Tory Lanez. "Her" was produced by Jeremey Jay and is the fifth track on ComptonFornia 2. 
  • I Go In
    I Go In
    On April 13, AD will be returning with a new, Adrian Swish-hosted tape entitled Blue 89, and today we've gotten the first track from it. "I Go In" features Eric Bellinger and was produced by CBallin. Within seconds, you'll recognize that this sounds almost identical to Chris Brown's "Loyal," but luckily AD and Bellinger put enough of a personal spin on it to separate it from the 2014 hit. Let us know if you're feeling this one. Quotable Lyrics
  • Scream
    Compton rapper AD drops off another leak to get us hyped for his mixtape Blue: 89, which drops tomorrow. We've heard "I Go In", with Eric Bellinger, and "You Know What It Is", featuring Manolo Rose, Icewear Vezzo, and RJ, and his latest drop has some big-time features as well. On "Scream", AD enlists Inglewood's Skeme and Harlem's Dave East for his hardest banger yet. 
  • Without It
    Without It
    The release of AD's upcoming ComptonFornia 2 mixtape is soon approaching, and the rapper continues to release west coast anthems leading up to its arrival. Today, we get one of the biggest records thus far, as AD teams up with one of the region's most consistent tag teams, Problem and Bad Lucc (best known for their inescapable ode to Young Bleed, "Like Whaaaaat").
  • Cant Trust These Hoes
    Cant Trust These Hoes
    Check out Cant Trust These Hoes, the latest from Young Sam which features a guest appearance from AD & iamsu! on the assist. The track was released on Wednesday, June 13th, 2012. Young Sam's chances in this game are improving with each new release, and Cant Trust These Hoes is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact. It's a nice addition to the impressive catalogue Young Sam has been building over the years. We're definitely anticipating the next move.
  • Give It To Me
    Give It To Me
    AD just gave us the underrated W.A.M.H.U. mixtape back in March, but the rapper is already back with some new music, just in time for the warmer months. California artists have the benefit of year-round heat, giving them a slight advantage on the summer jam, and AD (as well of a few of his friends) definitely delivers on that premise with the See Ballin-produced, "Give It To Me".
  • All Yours
    All Yours
    Sometimes you have to slow it down for a song for the ladies, and sometimes, or even rarer occasions, you have to dedicate a song to just one specific woman. By the looks of the artwork for AD and Kevin McCall's "All Yours," the woman in question is very special indeed, so it's only right that the LA duo spend four minutes singing her praises. Over a beat produced by Pharomazan, McCall smoothly delivers a hook before AD hops on for a few verses. The instrumental begins with a very light keyboard before adding in funky synths and a busy, but effective, beat.
  • You Know What It Is
    You Know What It Is
    As we wait for AD's Blue:89, the Compton rapper has decided to give us "You Know What It Is", another leak from the upcoming tape. The song is truly a cross-county collab, as AD brings along Manolo Rose outta Brooklyn, Icewear Vezzo from Detroit, and L.A.'s RJ (of YG's Pushaz Ink).  It's gangsta raps on gangsta raps over an icy minimal beat crafted by Larry Jayy, who's worked with DJ Mustard. If you like the new L.A. sound influenced by YG & Mustard, you'll get down to this new banger from AD & friends. 
  • Word Around Town
    Word Around Town
    Check out Word Around Town (Prod by KE On The Track), the latest from Young Sam which features a guest appearance from AD on the assist. The track was released on Wednesday, May 15th, 2013. Young Sam's chances in this game are improving with each new release, and Word Around Town (Prod by KE On The Track) is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact. It's a nice addition to the impressive catalogue Young Sam has been building over the years. We're definitely anticipating the next move.
  • Beats 1 Freestyle (Prod. By Dr. Dre)
    Beats 1 Freestyle (Prod. By Dr. Dre)
    The latest episode of Dr. Dre's Beats 1 show The Pharmacy was one to remember. As promised, Dre delivered some unreleased music, sharing a collaboration with Marshia Ambrosius, as well as a brand new record from Anderson Paak.
  • Look At Me
    Look At Me
    With Compton's AD's new mixtape WAMHU only six days away, the rapper decides to let go a new leak featuring two familiar faces to HNHH, Tha Joker and Euroz.
  • Tell Em
    Tell Em
    Listen to Tell Em (Prod by KE & SM Tracks), the new track by Chrishan featuring AD which was dropped on Monday, August 12th, 2013. Chrishan's odds keep getting better with each new leak, and Tell Em (Prod by KE & SM Tracks) will undoubtedly improve his chances of winning. It's a worthy addition to a respectable catalogue that has seen a lot of growth since Chrishan debuted in this game. We're looking forward to the follow-up.
  • For The Weekend
    For The Weekend
    Bump For The Weekend (Prod by DJ Offcial), the latest cut from AD featuring Chrishan & Joe Moses on the assist. It was released on Sunday, September 22nd, 2013. Things are improving for AD with each new offering, and For The Weekend (Prod by DJ Offcial) is certainly no exception. It's a worthy addition to the AD's catalogue, which has seen much evolution as of late. We're definitely anticipating the next step.
  • Wide Open
    Wide Open
    In just under two weeks, AD will drop his mixtape ComptonFornia 2, hosted by Adrian Swish. Today, we get a little taste of the project in the form of "Wide Open," a track AD did with the venerable Paul Wall. The new track is produced by Showtyme and is a banger made in the prevalent Cali style of the moment: ratchet. It's very cool to hear Houston OG Paul Wall spit on a beat that's so out-of-character for him, especially when he absolutely dominates the beat. AD has no problem keeping up with him though, showing that he's ready for the big time.
  • Trippin
    Compton native and rapper AD has been on the rise this year, as he continues to put his name on the map. We've seen him pop up quite a bit in recent times, with leaks like "What I Want" as well as featured tracks like SdotB's "On Me."
  • Oweee
    Stream Oweee (Prod by G5YVE), the newest drop from Chrishan which features AD. The cut was released on Monday, August 26th, 2013. Things are looking better for Chrishan with each new release, which Oweee (Prod by G5YVE) has proven yet again. It's worthy addition to the impressive body of work Chrishan has been developing over the years. We're looking forward to hearing what's next.
  • Thuggin
    As a rapper from Compton, AD generally does a good job of pulling equally from classic G-Funk, and more current Mustard-esque production trends. "Thuggin" is no exception, operating in the same vein as much of YG's My Krazy Life, with C-Ballin providing the instrumental.Most importantly, AD keeps things relevant by including an "I'mma keep it G-Real" reference, which may be the first we've heard on a rap record outside of BeatKing's hilarious remix.