Azad Right Songs

  • When You Know
    When You Know
    Fresh off the release of his project For the Hopeful near the end of last year, Azad Right drops a new track "When You Know"produced by Soulection's IAMNOBODI.  IAMNOBODI definitely handled his business on this smooth production. Azad has been getting a lot of comparisons, from Nas to Kanye, but on this track, he just sounds like himself. If anything, this track gives off more of a Drake vibe. 
  • Son Of Sam (Remix)
    Son Of Sam (Remix)
    After debuting his project For The Hopeful a few weeks back to reader acclaim here at HNHH, Los Angeles' Azad Right returns with the remix to one of the project's many highlights. On this new edition of "Son Of Sam," Azad is blessed with a standout feature from Slaughterhouse's Joell Ortiz. Give the track a listen and let us know what you think.
  • Good
    Good
    Azad Right's movement continues to grow to new and unexpected places. After being compared to Nas by Complex Magazine, he's pushing his new tape For The Hopeful harder than ever. Set to appear as the next set of visuals from the project, "Good" finds Right seeking some good loving from a female who captured his attention. While the rest of the tape is carried largely by Cazzafura, the jazzy instrumental on this one comes from Ante.
  • When I Grow Up
    When I Grow Up
    Azad Right's For The Hopeful tape has been getting some really solid feedback from our readership over the past twenty-four hours and, with tracks like "When I Grow Up," it's easy to see why. Flowing effortlessly over a layered instrumental from Cazzafura (who handles the boards for the majority of the tape), Right's real talent is for creating relatable lyrics, and this song is no exception to that rule.
  • Small Talk
    Small Talk
    Azad Right returns to our front pages with "Small Talk," the latest single off his upcoming For The Hopeful project (debuting on HNHH on October 21st!). Right has done a lot right by the fans lately, earning VERY HOTTTTT ratings on every track to drop from the tape as of yet. Does "Small Talk" continue this trend? Let us know what you think about the single in the comment section. Follow Azad on Twitter for all of the latest updates. Meanwhile, stay tuned to HNHH as we continue to rollout this highly-anticipated new tape until its official release date.
  • Work
    Work
    Azad Right continues his stellar year here at HNHH with "Work." The first single from the emcee's upcoming free album For The Hopeful, this upbeat track produced by Jonathan Marquez finds Right taking the listener on a tour of his employment history, starting at Panera Bread and ending as an up-and-comer in the music industry. It's a triumphant ode to the blue-collar worker that embraces the come-up equally as it does success. 
  • Ain't No Way
    Ain't No Way
    Azad Right has been making moves this year, releasing plenty of new music and preparing his new album, For The Hopeful. The last we heard from the Los Angeles rapper was his summertime anthem, "Hello", but today he's got a brand new track for us. 
  • Hello
    Hello
    Just a few short weeks after remixing BC Kingdom's "Locked Up," Los Angeles MC Azad Right returns with the premiere of his brand new single "Hello." For listeners unfamiliar with Right's sound, "Hello" is an aptly-titled introduction to the up-and-comer. 
  • Unaffected (Lock Up Remix)
    Unaffected (Lock Up Remix)
    The latest from Los Angeles emcee Azad Right finds him adding verses to L.A. duo BC Kingdom's "Lock Up" single (included on on Solange's recent Saint Heron compilation), renaming the cut "Unaffected." Watch the video for the original below and let us know how they compare. Think Azad did the cut justice?
  • Intern To Starter (Draft Day Freestyle)
    Intern To Starter (Draft Day Freestyle)
    "Intern To Starter" finds Los Angeles representative Azad Right repurposing Drake and Boi1da's "Draft Day", fervently reflecting on his experience as an Interscope intern, his current relationship with the label, the state of the game and his place in it.
  • All My Love
    All My Love
    "All My Love" is the latest instalment in L.A. emcee Azad Right's ongoing #GetRightTuesdays series, during which he'll leak new material every other Tuesday until his upcoming For The Hopeful project drops. The cut was produced by Right's frequent collaborator ChromeBully. This is a love song about Los Angeles, touching on the often ill-fated desire for fame and fortune, the essential hustle-by-any-means mentality and the effect addiction can have on a family.
  • Self Made
    Self Made
    "Self Made" is the latest instalment in emerging L.A. representative Azad Right's ongoing #GetRightTuesdays series, during which he'll be leaking new material every other Tuesday until the release of his upcoming album For The Hopeful. This new track will serve as the project's intro. It was produced by ChromeBully. 
  • Bad Energy
    Bad Energy
    "Bad Energy" is the first release from Azad Right's new #GetRightTuesday campaign, which will see new material leaked ever other Tuesday until his upcoming project For The Hopeful drops. The record was produced by Quantic, and is "a call to action for listeners to rid themselves of bad energy, chase their dreams, not take their lives for granted and keep everything they do honest." From the man himself:
  • 6:30
    6:30
    HNHH brings you the audio premiere of Azad Right's new single "6:30", which was produced by Cazzafura. It'll be included on his For The Hopeful mixtape, which is coming soon. Peep the Rik Codero-directed visual below. Quotable Lyrics "When I get my chain, you know that shit gonna have to be rose gold / I’m Lebron James in high school, everyone telling me to go pro."
  • Now I Know
    Now I Know
    Bump Now I Know (Prod. By Jonathan Marquez), the latest cut from Azad Right. It dropped on Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013. Azad Right's horizons are broadening with each new release, and Now I Know (Prod. By Jonathan Marquez) is no exception. It's a worthy addition to a catalogue that has seen much growth since Azad Right stepped foot in the rap game. We're looking forward to hearing more.
  • Long Way To Go
    Long Way To Go
    Give Long Way To Go a spin - it's a new offering from Azad Right. It was dropped on Sunday, April 14th, 2013. Azad Right's rap artistry continues to improve with every release, something which is most definitely evidenced on Long Way To Go. His ever-expanding catalogue is definitely better for it, and we're looking forward to the next piece of the puzzle - aren't you?
  • I Luv The Way You Taste
    I Luv The Way You Taste
    Stream I Luv The Way You Taste (Prod. by Shlohmo), the newest drop from Azad Right. The cut was released on Sunday, January 6th, 2013. Azad Right continues to impress with each new leak, and I Luv The Way You Taste (Prod. by Shlohmo) is no exception. It's strengthens Azad Right's already impressive body of work, which has seen positive change over the years. We're most definitely anticipating Azad Right's next offering.
  • Born to Win
    Born to Win
    Listen to Born to Win, the new track by Azad Right, which was dropped on Saturday, September 15th, 2012. Azad Right's odds keep getting better with each new leak, and Born to Win will undoubtedly improve his chances of winning. It's a worthy addition to a respectable catalogue that has seen a lot of growth since Azad Right debuted in this game. We're looking forward to the follow-up.
  • Wandering Eye
    Wandering Eye
    Bump Wandering Eye (Prod. by Kalby), the latest cut from Azad Right which features Maffew Ragazino on the assist. It dropped on Tuesday, August 14th, 2012. Azad Right's horizons are broadening with each new release, and Wandering Eye (Prod. by Kalby) is no exception. It's a worthy addition to a catalogue that has seen much growth since Azad Right stepped foot in the rap game. We're looking forward to hearing more.
  • Showtime
    Showtime
    Listen to Showtime (Prod. by Jonathan Marquez), the new track by Azad Right, which was dropped on Monday, May 28th, 2012. Azad Right's odds keep getting better with each new leak, and Showtime (Prod. by Jonathan Marquez) will undoubtedly improve his chances of winning. It's a worthy addition to a respectable catalogue that has seen a lot of growth since Azad Right debuted in this game. We're looking forward to the follow-up.
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