HNHH's "Underrated Audio" puts you on not-too-mainstream music you might have missed from the past week.
G.O.O.D. Music’s long awaited Cruel Summer finally hit stores this week. Although it was mysteriously missing from iTunes, that didn’t stop listeners from guzzling down this eclectic album start to finish. From the legendary R. Kelly on the album’s opener, “To The World”, to the infamous Jay-Z on the street thumping “Clique”, Cruel Summer is chock full of features,
The G.O.O.D. Music family hit up Blok nightclub in Hollywood to celebrate the release of their album "Cruel Summer." Peep photos from the star-studded event which was put on by Hennessey V.S. & JL Nights.
Last week Waka Flocka dropped his latest mixtape Salute Me Or Shoot Me Vol. 4: Banned From America, and HNHH was on hand for the exclusive listening party at Patchwerk Studio in Atlanta. While talking to Waka, we asked him about what he’ll do when he reaches the two million followers plateau on Twitter, and what special track
Yesterday Gucci Mane dropped the huge single "Fuck The World" which features Future on the hook, and is off his upcoming Trap God album. Now we get a behind the scenes look at the filming of the video for the hot track, which features plenty of hot ladies. Check out the pics, via HHNM, below.
Although this week's UA isn't an extensive list, it's quality over quantity, and these three rappers bring that quality. Caskey shows us a preview of what he's capable of, Nino Bless gives us a song that's “not featuring 2 Chainz,” and Travi$ Scott brings us a track with a dark feel. Check em out below. Caskey- Cash Money Records 100 Bars Although Cash Money has signed a lot of
Many had written off, Dwyane Wade, who was hobbled with a knee injury throughout the 2012 Playoffs, but he was able to persevere and the Miami Heat dispensed of the Oklahoma City Thunder in a surprisingly short five game series to capture the franchise's second NBA Championship. D-Wade recently shouted out HNHH for continually supporting
This week Nicki reaches out to the Head of State, Big Sean talks "big", and Mac Miller gets "retarded". Check out the article's Twitter account here, where we post even more re-tweets. If you see any tweets by known rappers you think should be included then let us know @140BarsorLess 10. MAC MILLER
Waka Flocka "Salute Me Or Shoot Me Vol. 4: Banned From America" Review Sep 14, 2012 at 11:27pm 174 Views
For starters it needs to be stated that DJ Holiday is one of the greatest mixtape DJ’s out there. With Classic’s like French Montana’s Mister 16: Casino Life, and Gucci Mane’s Writings on the Wall 2, he definitely deserves the honor. That said, his work with Waka Flocka is equally admirable, and considering this new chapter in their celebrated series the crack continues to cook.
Feeling the back to school/work doldrums now that summer is disappearing into the rear view mirror of your whip?
HotNewHipHop.Com is celebrating the release of Resident Evil: Retribution by doing a T-Shirt giveaway.We've got ten "Resident Evil" Umbrella Corporation T-Shirts and one T-Shirt signed by Milla Jovovich that we're giving away. To cop a t-shirt, hit this link and follow the instructions.
Wiz Khalifa nabs the cover for Complex's October/November issue. Peep the cover below as well as other photos from the shoot, and head to Complex for the full cover story.
Slaughterhouse finally performed at the Well in Brooklyn on September 8th, after the concert initially was delayed. Although it still rained a bit during the show, the performance was well-recieved and HotNewHipHop was able to catch up with (most) of the Slaughterhouse boys after the show. Fans may have noticed 1/4 of the super
Ricky Rozay is constantly on his grind, and although for most of us that doesn't involve flying to Anguilla to shoot a music video, for the MMG Bawse, that's exactly what it entails.Ross is posted in Anguilla while he shoots the visuals for "Diced Pinapples," his collabo song with Drake and Wale off God Forgives, I Don't.
The MTV VMAs took place last night, and as per usual, the eventful night was jam-packed with photo-ops. There were performances by Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz, Rihanna, A$AP Rocky, Nicki Minaj and more, and many-a-star was in attendance.
Labor Day has dawned and it can now be considered official, summer is at a close. Sure the heat wave might hold for awhile, but the season will soon become Fall. With that said, we here at HotNewHipHop have compiled a list of the free-for-download mixtapes
Twitter is often the fastest news source, although not always reliable. Trending this afternoon was the news of the death of Chris Lighty, who is the CEO Violator Records & Management, which oversees many popular rap stars. This time though, Twitter's trending topic was accurate. Chris Lighty has passed away. Chris Lighty managed such artists as Busta Rhymes, Soulja Boy, Mariah Carey,
BTS Photos: Video Shoot For Game's "Celebration" Featuring Chris Brown, Tyga, Wiz Khalifa & Lil Wayne Aug 27, 2012 at 10:20am 423 Views
Just after getting the CDQ version of Game's new single, which has some all-star features, behind-the-scenes pics surfaced online from the video shoot.The video shoot went down at a park in L.A., and features the mandatory models as well as some low-riders. Although Weezy wasn't present for this part of the shooting, his portion is going to be shot in Miami. Check out some photos of Chris B
Lupe Fiasco gets artistic on us for the cover of his album Food & Liquor 2: The Great American Rap Album Pt. 1.The album, which drops September 25th, has had a few changes in single releases recently, but aside from that, seems to be on track.Check out the cover art below. Yes, you're seeing it correctly, it's just black.
Self-promoted as a hungry emcee, Ace approaches tracks with a ravenous appetite, and on Body Bag Vol. 2 he devours everything placed in front of him. On “Gutta Back” he introduces the tape’s subject matter; namely, outright arrogance expressed poetically. He gets political on “Wanna Beez” and “Yeen Bout Dat Life,” questioning the candidacy of his opposition.
2 Chainz results are still being tallied, but with the rumor mill running wild it seems he will top Billboard next week with 140,000 albums sold. Thus, with Based on a T.R.U. Story in lieu, this week’s charts appear very similar to those of the week before: 1.) Rick Ross – God Forgives, I Don’t: Rozay
Fresh off her EP release Glory, Iggy Azalea is seemingly everywhere in the media these days. She spoke to HNHH about her upcoming album The New Classic, how she idolized Missy Elliot growing up, why dropping out of school was necessary for her career, how her relationship with T.I.
First there were two boys, now there is 2 Chainz. After taking a break from Playaz Circle, Tity Boi also took a new name. Armed with the extra glossy moniker he hit the feature circuit and appeared on over seventy-five tracks in two years. Furthermore, he toured with Drake and talked