The Best There Is, The Best There Was, The Best There Ever Will Be
Earlier this year, Chubby Jag returned from a lengthy hiatus to drop off the sequel to the mixtape he put out in late 2012. Scattered Thoughts 2, which featured Dave East, Cassidy, and James Fauntleroy, was universally beloved on the site. Just three months later, the LA rapper is back with another project: The Best There Is, The Best There Was, The Best There Ever Will Be. As you can see from the title, Chubby is confident about this one.
Hotels 2: The Master Suite
Five years after the release of Hotels, Problem delivers the 17-track sequel, Hotels 2: The Master Suite. Hosted by DJ Hed, Hotels 2 gets features from Wiz Khalifa, Snoop Dogg, Ty Dolla $ign, Ne-Yo, BJ The Chicago Kid, TeeFlii, Bad Lucc, & more. Production is handled by the likes of Jahlil Beats, TM88, Bongo tha Drum Gawd, and Problem himself.
DJ Base shares his West XL compilation mixtape, featuring songs from of the best known artists coming out of the west coast. Visual artist Kyro Ink puts a twist on XXL's Freshman Class cover for the tape's cover art. DJ Base previously collaborated with HNHH's own DJ S. Whit on 2014 tape Give The Summer Some.
354: Lift Off
Over the course of the first eight months of 2014, Problem has been coming with freestyle after freestyle of straight fire. He's taken on everything from Migos' "Fight Night" to (fittingly) Ariana Grande and Iggy Azalea's "Problem," but now comes time for him to drop off a full tape.
Bad Lucc is back with a new DJ Skee-hosted EP called Outchea. The 9-track project is a mixed bag of new and previously released tracks, including last week's leak, "Hustla". The tape has a selection of features from the likes of T.I., Trae Tha Truth, and of course his frequent collaborator, Problem. Production comes from Young L of The Pack, Problem, and League Of Starz, among others.
Bump Breaking Bad, the latest mixtape from Bad Lucc, which dropped on Wednesday, October 31st, 2012. Bad Lucc's horizons are broadening with each new release, and Breaking Bad is no exception. It's a worthy addition to a catalogue that has seen much growth since Bad Lucc stepped foot in the rap game. We're looking forward to hearing more. The following artists are featured on the mixtape: Jay 305, Problem, Killa Kyleon, @AceBoyPun, Miller. How do you feel about the production here?