Colonel Loud Feat. Too Short, Snoop Dogg & Ricco Barrino
The popular hit “California” by Colonel Loud didn’t actually feature anyone from California (T.I. and Young Dolph were on the other version). The North Carolina emcee has rectified the situation by recruiting two of the most storied spitters from the sunny state of CA.
Wake 'Em Up
E-A-Ski Feat. Tech N9ne & Too Short
E-A-Ski has been a major west coast rap behind-the-scenes player for the last 25 years, having produced for Master P, Ice Cube, Luniz, & Mistah F.A.B. He is very much still active, having allegedly produced a pair of tracks on Ice Cube's next album Everythang's Corrupt, and now "Wake ‘Em Up," feat. Tech N9ne and Too $hort, the lead single off his forthcoming EP. Tech N9ne provides his usual platter of multisyllabic rhyme and Too Short his usual blunt, horny approach over a triumphant bit of Ski production.
Mally Mall Feat. Eric Bellinger, Chinx & Too Short
Las Vegas artist Mally Mall isn’t one to put out full projects, but that doesn’t stop him from releasing random singles out of the blue. Tonight, he decides to give Young California Radio the green light to premiere his newest single “Freak”, featuring R&B singer Eric Bellinger, Chinx, and Too $hort.
Things We Can Do
Wash Feat. Too Short
R&B crooner Wash may hail from Port Arthur, TX, but he has really latched on to that West Coast sound. Back in March he got on the Mustard-esque "Can't Trust Thots (Remix)" with Waka Flocka, and Thursday he dropped the Kid Ink-meets-E-40 "Things We Can Do" and brought in Bay legend Too Short to spit an extra foul verse, as his his custom.
Get On It
AngelGold Feat. Too Short
We first introduced you to Angel Gold with the premiere of her record "Can We." Now the singer has returned, with Too Short by her side, for another sexy record, "Get On It." For those unfamiliar with the artist, she's actually the sister of r'n'b's new reigning king Ty Dolla $ign.
Too Short Feat. Mistah F.A.B.
Too Short has had an admirable run in the rap game, and he's showing no signs of slowing down. The West Coast legend is celebrating 30 years in the rap game this month, which he's celebrating with one hell of a bash at SXSW. The party, which HNHH will be sponsoring, is going down March 20th, and will feature performances by Dej Loaf, OG Maco, Rae Sremmurd, and more.
Hot Box (Remix)
Bobby Brackins Feat. Iamsu!, Too Short & Mila J
Bobby Brackins continues to push his new single “Hot Box” with Mila J. After catching a remix from Terrace Martion and Choice back in November, Bobby decides to give the LA Leakers the go ahead to premiere another remix of the record with Iamsu! and Too Short.
She All About The Shmoney
Rowdy Rebel Feat. Bobby Shmurda & Too Short
As you all probably know, Bobby Shmurda, Rowdy Rebel and 11 other members of their GS9 crew are currently awaiting a trial for the boatload of charges brought against them last month. Despite that, Shmurda and Rebel have managed to get some new music out. "She All About The Shmoney" features Rowdy in the driver's seat, with Bobby and Too Short (?!) coming along for the ride.
Show You The World
G-Eazy Feat. Too Short
G-Eazy has been pretty vocal about the influence of Bay Area rap on his sound. He's cited E-40 as one of his favorite rappers, so it's surely an honor for him to share a track with West Coast icon Too Short. His new record, "Show You The World", is halfway between A DJ Mustard record, and something 40 would cook up for Drake, it even incoprorates the same slowed-down denouement technique that Drizzy uses on a regular basis.
Like That (Remix)
Raven Felix Feat. Too Short, Young Dro & Chevy Woods
Raven Felix has been gaining regional hype since the release of her Valifornia mixtape this summer. Her track "Like That" has been getting some traction, and has thus earned her an all-star remix which gathers rappers from areas nationwide.West Coast OG Too Short lends a verse, as does Atlanta's Young Dro, and Pittsburgh's Chevy Woods. The result is a varied track which could invade a few other markets over the next little while. Who's got the best verse?
Skate On Em
Trak D Feat. Too Short & Problem
As a member of League Of Starz, Trak D may have had his hand in the production of some of your favorite records of the 2014. As a solo artist, however, this is actually his first appearance here at HNHH. On "Skate On Em," D drafts verses from Too Short & Problem for a braggadocious look at their life's successes. Fans of the League's hard-hitting street cuts are likely to find plenty to enjoy here.
Too Short dropped off a new EP today on iTunes, 19,999. With the release of the EP, the veteran rapper decides to leak a cut from the project called "Latina Love." The EP's title track dropped back in July but we got an official animated music video for it the other day, which you can peep below if you haven't seen it. It's in line with 19,999 cover art that features a bunch of dogs doing people things. It's always hilarious to see animals do people things.
Mally Mall Feat. Too Short & DBizz
Mally Mall shook things up the other night when he linked up with Cali artist The K.I.D. Heat and recruited YMCMB artists Drake & Tyga for a new club banger called “Whatcha Say”. Still riding that wave, Mally decides to link up with Too $hort & DBizz and deliver another new track for the fans titled “Cho$e”. With some heavy West Coast sounding production coming from JF The Producer & Mally himself, the track is another club-friendly record that aims its lyrics at the picky ladies. No word yet on where this might end up.
Beeda Weeda Feat. Too Short & 1.O.A.K
East Oakland native Beeda Weeda is keeping himself busy this summer, not only working on releasing a solo album but a joint project with Dallas, Texas rapper Big Hud. The solo album will precede the joint album which is dropping in September.
Ain’t Nothing Like
Sir Michael Rocks Feat. Too Short & Chuck Inglish
It looks like Mikey Rocks' wishes of collaborating with Bay Area legend Too Short finally came true on his latest album BANCO. Over production from DJ Mustard no less, Mikey connects with the OG and his rapping partner/Cool Kids affiliate Chuck Inglish. "Ain't Nothing Like" is definitely a banger.
After being featured on the official remix to K Camp’s smash hit “Cut Her Off” featuring YG & Lil Boosie, Bay Area legend Too Short returns today to share with us his newest single “19,999”.
The Game Feat. Too Short, Problem, AV & Eric Bellinger
Though a Ty Dolla $ign/Wiz Khalifa song by the same name is currently dominating the airwaves, "Or Nah" is now also the name of a seemingly unrelated song by Game. Featuring Too Short, Problem, AV & Eric Bellinger, this posse cut is the second new Game cut we've gotten in the past few weeks, preceded by "Bigger Than Me." With its bootylicious artwork and lyrical similarities to Dolla $ign's song (basically: "are you down to fuck or nah?"), "Or Nah" is Game's bid for a club banger, and with a strong supporting cast, he may get there.
Cut Her Off (Remix)
K Camp Feat. Boosie Badazz, YG & Too Short
While we've heard some of rap's biggest names offer up freestyles to K Camp’s smash hit “Cut Her Off”, we finally receive the official remix to it today featuring Lil Boosie, YG, & Too Short. The Will A Fool-produced track will see life on K Camp’s upcoming mixtape, SlumLords, which drops in two days (June 12th). Stream the new remix below, and let us know who you think had the best verse?
Rocko Feat. Too Short
Rocko is working on a forthcoming mixtape hosted by DJ Drama, Real Spill, and today he gives XclusivesZone the premiere of the first leak off the mixtape, "Sucka", which has assistance from Too Short. The track has a minimal bassline-driven beat with a hook that repeats just how much of a sucka you are. Real Spill is expected to impact on May 5th, so check back in on Monday for the project.
Real Nigga Love
Waka Flocka Feat. Too Short
Maintaining his relevancy, Waka Flocka returned to the mixtape game Friday night with Re-Up. The 11-track project had some of rap’s hottest names assist with the project like Young Thug, Young Scooter, Too Short, Metro Boomin, London On The Track, among many others. Highlighting the new mixtape, here goes one of the standout cuts off the tape with “Real Nigga Love” featuring Too Short. The West coast-inspired beat finds Waka spittin that “real" street ish with some heavy drug references in the hook. This bangs!