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  • Cover of The Cash Money Timeline
    The story of two brothers who came from nothing, from a city far off the hip-hop radar, and built an empire. But they didn’t do it alone.
  • Cover of Shady Records Plans To Drop Huge Mixtape In Support Of "Shady XV"
    Eminem and his team at Shady have really stepped up their efforts in the roll-out of their compilation double-disc album, Shady XV. Rightly so, as the album celebrates 15 years of Shady Records.
  • Cover of Ray J Reportedly Made $50k From Kim Kardashian's Sex Tape Last Week
    Whether or not Kim Kardashian's Paper Magazine "broke the internet" last week, it certainly came pretty damn close.
  • Cover of Review: Migos' "Rich Nigga Timeline"
    For some reason or another, my timeline has recently been bombarded with a ton of Tweets and Instagram posts claiming that the Migos are better than The Beatles.
  • Cover of Charts Don’t Lie: November 16
    While Taylor Swift's 1989 takeover of the charts continues, many of our r'n'b and hip-hop artists have been pushed down. Teyana Taylor actually finds herself the highest-up, debuting at #19, with her G.O.O.D. album VII.
  • Cover of 28 Grams: Hip-Hop Instagram Recap (Nov. 15)
    Have you ever scrolled through Instagram and instantly bursted into uncontrollable laughter? Raised your eyebrow? Scratched your head? Instantly smiled? Thought, "Damn. That's dope"? Stared at your phone? Did an instant repost? HNHH is sure you've answered yes to at least one of those questions. 
  • Cover of A$AP Ferg Announces "Ferg Forever" Mixtape, Shares Artwork
    About a month back, A$AP Ferg announced that he was putting in work with DJ Drama on a new mixtape, and now we finally get a look at the presentation. Taking to Tumblr today, Young Fergenstein debuted the artwork for his upcoming project, which will be titled Ferg Forever. 
  • Cover of 140 Bars Or Less: Tweets Of The Week (November 13)
    Did the Internet break? No, but we certainly got a lot of things to tweet about just because of the power of one ass. Kim Kardashian's booty was displayed in its full, majesty force — along with other lady parts — on the latest Paper Magazine cover.
  • Cover of What's New In Battle Rap (November 14)
    Battle rap is quickly growing as a culture. What was almost completely relegated to street corners and Youtube a few years ago has garnered national recognition, more tv programming, Pay-Per-View events, and other attention of the mainstream media.
  • Cover of Shy Glizzy Reveals Artwork & Release Date For "Law 3" Mixtape
    Yesterday Shy Glizzy dropped off the first leak from his upcoming Law 3 mixtape, "Celebration," featuring Bobby Shmurda. The single had a warm reception on the site, and followed up two remixes from the DMV native.
  • Cover of Kim Kardashian Literally Bares It All For Paper Magazine [Update: Kim Reportedly Unpaid For Paper Shoot]
    Kim K did it again. Rivaling the shock value of Nicki Minaj’s "Anaconda" artwork, Kim Kardashian decides to literally bare it all and show off her large “asset” in the latest issue of Paper Magazine.
  • Cover of Sports-Mad Rappers
    Sports and hip hop often go hand in hand. Rappers not only love to make sports analogies and references as frequently as possible, but they always show allegiance to their team/sport of choice often representing the city they are from.
  • Cover of Someone Is Reportedly Trying To Sell An Usher Sex Tape
    Usher is the latest celebrity to be involved in a sex tape scandal. It seems things have finally quieted down for Iggy Azalea, who recently had a sex tape of her own threaten to surface. Now Usher finds himself in a similar situation, with a tape from Ursh's past possibly coming back to haunt him.
  • Cover of Remix Fix: G E N I U S Hip-Hop Remix of 90s House Hit "Gypsy Woman"
    "Gypsy Woman" was originally a house hit written by Crystal Waters and released in 1991. The Phili native's 90s hit (which was originally written for another artist) peaked at number 8 on Billboard Hot 100 shortly after Waters' record label decided she should keep the song for herself.
  • Cover of Big Bank Hank Of The Sugarhill Gang Passes Away At 57
    We are sad to report that Big Bank Hank (born Henry Jackson), founding member of seminal hip hop group The Sugar Hill Gang has died. Reports indicate that Hank lost his battle with cancer around 2AM this morning in the greater NYC area.
  • Cover of Meet Nez & Rio: The Producers Talk A$AP Rocky's "Pretty Flacko 2"
    The drought of music from the A$AP Mob family came to end recently when A$AP Rocky put out a new single "Multiply." With the visual treatment for the song, we were granted a sneak peek at what is presumably his next single, "Pretty Flacko 2." Given how much of a banger the first "Pretty Flacko" was, anticipation beg
  • Cover of Nicki Minaj Apologizes For Nazi-like Imagery In Her "Only" Lyric Video
    When Nicki Minaj's "Only" video hit the web last week, it immediately attracted some negative attention.
  • Cover of Jose Guapo Announces Controversial "Osama Bin Guapo" Mixtape
    If you're looking for a news story to parody or riff on, 9/11 is rarely the right choice.
  • Cover of Gucci Mane Reveals Cover Art For "Trap House 5"
    As you very well know, when it comes to Gucci Mane, the hustle never stops. The locked up rapper delivered his joint effort with Chief Keef relatively recently, Big Gucci Sosa, and has once again turned around rather quickly with another project in the works.
  • Cover of Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation To Release New Single & Mixtape
    Tupac Shakur recently appeared on the HNHH pages when three poems written by a teenage Pac surfaced on the web. The rapper will continue to reach his fans posthumously with an upcoming song being prepped by the Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation.
  • Cover of City Of Chicago Names Chance The Rapper "Outstanding Youth of the Year"
    Although Chance included the title in his rap name, and asked you to "please say" it in one of his best-loved tracks, "The Rapper" hasn't been the only occupation that the 21 year old MC has taken on since rising to fame with acclaimed mixtapes.
  • Cover of Chief Keef Drops Four New Mixtapes On YouTube
    With Chief Keef's new-found freedom, all rules are going out the window. The rapper has been dropping a lot of leaks lately, but he's topped all of those by uploading four new mixtapes to his YouTube today.
  • Cover of Charts Don't Lie: November 9
    This week something quite significant went down on the Billboard 200, albeit it's outside of the genre of hip-hop. Taylor Swift basically broke the mold and sold over 1 million copies of her new album, 1989, in turn giving her the highest sales in one week since 2002. That's twelve years ago.
  • Cover of Fredo Santana Threatens Migos On Twitter Following Altercation With GBE's Capo
    Migos and Chief Keef have had their differences in the past, but while it seemed like things had calmed down between the two camps, the beef was reignited following an alleged altercation last night in Chicago.
  • Cover of 10 Essential Joey Bada$$ Tracks
    As a 17-year-old just beginning to make waves in the rap game, Jo-Vaughn Virginie Scott didn't have the same life as most kids his age. He wasn't thinking about graduating high school to attend a university or enter the work force.
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