What I Do It For
Compton Menace Feat. Clyde Carson & Robby Good
It’s not every day we get a new Compton Menace record, but when we do it’s usually always worth the wait. Today, that statement holds true as a new record from the West Coast emcee has surfaced online called “What I Do It For” featuring Clyde Carson & Robby Good, and its hard. Going in over LongLivePrince-produced beat, the CA trio rap about everything they do this music for, from bitches & family to haters & paper, the motivation is present in this huster’s anthem. Take a listen and let us know what you think.
She Don't Love U
Spectacular Feat. Tory Lanez, Rich Homie Quan & Compton Menace
It's been about a decade since "On the Hotline," the last big hit from the brothers who make up the R&B foursome Pretty Ricky. Today, one of the group's members, Spectacular, has stepped aside and dropped off what he hopes to be a hit of his own, "She Don't Love U," recruiting an unexpected but powerful lineup of features, including Tory Lanez, Rich Homie Quan, and Compton Menace.
While he represents the West Coast, Compton Menace's new track is all about the "Eastside". It still keeps the L.A. bounce throughout, but it's high-BPM momentum seems like something that could definitely crossover to the New York market. Menace has already worked with Chris Brown, and the rapper is promising another huge feature on the remix to this one, which could certainly give it quite a boost.
We In These Streets
Compton Menace Feat. Gutta Dub
Compton Menace continues to stay true to his name, dropping more West Coast heat. Menace recently released the video to a 2014 collab with Chris Brown, and yesterday, we heard him on a LongLivePrince x Young Chop beat with Rich Rocka.
Rich Rocka Feat. Compton Menace
Rich Rocka shared his new album, Rocka II, earlier this year, but he's still coming through with new music. The rapper has teamed up with Compton Menace on his latest record, a hard street banger collaboratively produced by Young Chop and LongLivePrince. The two rappers trade bars on the hook, showing they have quite a chemistry on record. The creeping low-end makes it a perfect track to play in the car.
Compton Menace Feat. Master P & Eastwood
Compton Menace has proved himself very capable of crafting classic West Coast rap while keeping a foot in the sounds of today. His latest, "Street Corner," is yet another example of such, with a mean-mugged but very soulful hook, and a very special guest verse in Master P.
Hittin These Licks
King Chip Feat. Compton Menace
King Chip, formerly known as Chip tha Ripper, is back on the scene, and for his latest track, "Hittin These Licks", he recruits Compton Menace, who we haven't heard since last year. Though King Chip's been outta the game for a minute, you'll know he's back seconds into "Hittin These Licks". The track is produced by LongLivePrince, who produced Compton Menace's "Put On", with Chris Brown. Tell us what you think of the track, and look out for more King Chip in the near future
Do What I Wanna Do
Compton Menace has been coming through with new records on a regular basis over the last year, but today he shares his first new record of the new year. "Do What I Wanna Do" nabs production from The IKONZ, taking Menace in a more ethereal direction. It still bears the inevitable influence of the rapper's hometown, incorporating some palm-muted guitar reminiscent of the work of DJ Quik.
Young Life Feat. Compton Menace
Back on our pages for the first time since April's Nipsey Hussle collaboration "Colors," Compton's Young Life is back with yet another track for the West Coast to ride to. Produced by LongLivePrince, "Ask Myself" finds Young Life teaming up with Compton Menace to put their spin on a classic Tupac lyric, reflecting on their hustles and asking themselves if life is worth living. Does "Ask Myself" due justice to its source material? Let us know what you think in the comment section. Meanwhile, stay tuned to HNHH as we continue to cover more from these two talented up-and-comers.
Compton Menace Feat. Kevin Gates
Even though he just dropped off his new mixtape, Welcome To My Traphouse Vol. 1, Compton Menace isn’t looking to slow down anytime soon. Building off his current momentum, Menace returns today with some “Mojo” for his fans with help from XXL Freshman Kevin Gates. With the mustard in the kitchen, Menace whips up a new record aimed for the streets, and man does he deliver with it. From the beat to his flow, this shit is on point. Don't sleep on it.
How It Goes
Compton Menace Feat. Stacee Adams
Compton Menace's Welcome To My Trap House Vol. 1 - The Gift & The Curse drops this coming Monday, and while the west coast rapper has already shared plenty of pre-release material from the upcoming project, he's dropped off one more track before we get the full length tape tomorrow.Teaming up with Stacee Adams once again, Menace takes on a bouncy Cali instrumental, bringing out both the aggression and party-ready elements his region's music is known for.
Compton Menace Feat. Gutta Dub
Though Compton Menace has yet to release his tape Welcome To My Trap House Vol. 1 - The Gift & The Curse, his 2014 has been far from quiet, as he's been dropping tracks with us left and right for the past few months. We've already heard the Hell Rell-assisted "On My Own" and the posse cut "So Real" from the upcoming tape (which will be produced entirely by Long Live Prince), and now here's another.
I Had A Dream
Compton Menace Feat. Trae Tha Truth
Compton Menace has been releasing a steady stream of quality music over the past few weeks, earning reader- and editor-acclaim for his versatile lyrical content and instrumental selection. The latest heat from the California emcee comes in the form of "I Had A Dream." Drawing little from the themes of togetherness touched upon in the famous MLK speech which inspired the track's title and album artwork, the single finds both contributors flipping the concept to discuss their own dreams and, more prominently, their nightmares.
Compton Menace Feat. Stacee Adamz, Slim The Mobster & N8 Jetson
Compton Menace decides to bless his fans with yet another track off Welcome To My Trap House Vol. 1 - The Gift & The Curse before the tape hits the web later this month. Featuring the packed line-up of Stacee Adamz, Slim the Mobster & N8 Jetson, "So Real" finds all four emcees flexing the authenticity of their music, their lifestyle and their success. The instrumental comes courtesy of "On My Own"'s LongLivePrince.
On My Own
Compton Menace Feat. Hell Rell
Next week, Compton Menace will release Welcome To My Trap House Vol. 1 - The Gift & The Curse, a new mixtape produced entirely by LongLivePrince. Today, we're given "On My Own," a track that features Hell Rell, as a preview of the project. If we take this as a sign of things to come from Menace and LLP, Welcome To My Trap House is looking very promising. Prince supplies a cavernous instrumental highlighted by distant, reverb-y synths and triumphant drums, setting the tone perfectly for hard-nosed rapping from Hell Rell and Compton Menace.
There’s no stopping Compton Menace right now from dropping new material. He’s given us 3 new releases in July alone, and tonight he returns with yet another one in the form of “High Tonight”.
It looks like Compton Menace isn’t slowing down anytime soon. After sending shots at The Game on “Top Back”, and his most recent release “Who Riding With Me”, the Compton native returns today with yet another new release for fans titled “Piano Trapin”.
Who Riding With Me
Compton Menace Feat. Rob Goodie & Rook Monroe
Compton Menace hit us with "Top Back" just in time for July 4th, and today, he's already back with a brand new track. Like the previous song, he's teamed up once again with Rob Goodie, but also enlists Rook Monroe this time around. The result is a nostalgic west coast slow burner, perfect for a hot summer night of cruising.
Compton Menace Feat. Robby Good
Compton Menace is getting ready to release a three part mixtape series entitled The Gift & The Curse soon, and today he's shared a new banger to hold fans over. After dropping “Welcome To My Trap House” last week, the Compton rapper returns with his newest offering titled “Top Back“ featuring Robby Good.
Welcome To My Trap House
Compton Menace is gearing up for the release of a three part mixtape series entitled The Gift & The Curse, and today he's shared a new teaser, the song "Welcome To My Trap House." Produced by LongLivePrince, the track will live on the first mixtape of the series. Blending new-school Cali sounds with some G-funk elements, LongLivePrince shines here, showing himself to be a truly inventive producer. Compton Menace's voice stays gruff and low throughout, but his flow expands and contracts deftly, shape-shifting to shadow the beat and keep things interesting.