Stream Dreezy's Debut Album "No Hard Feelings"
It's album stream day, more commonly known as Friday. At Midnight, we got new releases from a few rappers on the rise.
4th Of July Playlist
However you may feel about the Fourth of July, chances are you'll be spending at least part of your day off with friends and family, watching some fireworks, and very importantly, listening to music. There's no better way to celebrate than with some great tunes -- as even President Obama will be spending the evening taking in a White House concert performance from Janelle Monae and Kendrick Lamar this evening. As there will be many barbecues to soundtrack today, we've put together a Spotify playlist with some of our favorite summer records from 2016 so far.
Dreezy Reveals Debut Album Artwork, Tracklist & Release Date
Dreezy has been making waves in Chicago for a few years now, but everything seemed to come together for the young rapper and singer with the Jeremih-assisted "Body," an irresistible pop gem that's bigger than ever now that the warmer months have set in. She's since linked up with both T-Pain and Gucci Mane on subsequent singles, and is now getting ready to release her debut album, which she's revealed the details of today.
Stream Dreezy's "From Now On" EP
Currently working on her album, Dreezy decided to gift her fans a present in the form of a new 4-track EP called From Now On. Produced entirely by Metro Boomin and Southside, From Now On marks the Chicago artist's second EP of the year, after July's Call It What You Want.
Stream Dreezy's "Call It What You Want" EP
Dreezy has been making her mark in Chicago over the year or so, but she's yet to truly break through on a truly national level. Her new project, Call It What You Want, finds her songwriting advancing even beyond that of her impressive Schizo mixtape. She's also recruited some notable collaborators, working with 1500 Or Nothin, 808 Mafia, K Camp, and Teyana Taylor throughout the 5 tracks.
After providing you with smoke-worthy material on 4/20, we're moving on to the internet's Wednesday obsession, #WCW. In celebration of Woman Crush Wednesday, we've compiled some notable records from a few of our favorite female rappers and singers.
Dreezy Signs With Interscope
Back in 2012, Interscope Records took a big gamble by signing a volatile rapper from Chicago, Chief Keef. After legal troubles and Keef's apparent desire to make less mainstream-friendly music, the label parted ways with him after just one album, the under-performing Finally Rich.
Underrated Audio: May 24- May 30
Underrated Audio aims to provide you with some dope looks from the last seven days, that flew under most peoples' radars. While they may have received front-page placement on HNHH, they didn't get as many views as they deserve, so we shine a little more light on them right here.