Euroz Songs

  • Fiend
    Euroz let us know this fine Friday he's got two EPs in the wings set to drop later this summer and also dropped two songs this morning. The second was "Who Knew." The second is "Fiend," in which he raps about a shawty who got him feeenin' over a beat courtesy of frequent collaborator Alex Lustig.
  • Who Knew
    Who Knew
    Las Vegas spitter Euroz has carved out a solid fan base for himself that he keeps happy by rarely if ever releasing a subpar track. His fans will be pleased to hear that he dropped two songs today, which will likely appear on one the two EPs he plans to drop before summer's end (!). On the first cut "Who Knew," Euroz raps a steady stream of punchlines over a menacing beat produced by frequent collaborator MLB. Euroz' ruthless bars contrast nicely with the catchy and sparse autotuned hook. If "Who Knew" is a taste of things to come on these two EPs, the auspices are good indeed.
  • My Life
    My Life
    Mark Battles spent much of 2014 grinding to get his Fly America movement going- from his "Dreams 2 Reality" tour, to his two mixtape projects Black Einstein and PreSeason. It's only February, but Battles does not appear to be slowing things down in 2015.
  • Cypher
    Mark Battles has been busy prepping a new album Lost In Reality, with frequent collaborators Dizzy Wright and Euroz. The album will be released under his Fly America imprint, which includes Derek Luh who will also pop up frequently through out the new collaborative album. To kick off promotion for the new album, which hits iTunes tomorrow, Mark has sent over a new cypher he did with his posse and a few extra features from Emilio Rojas, Cory Gunz, Derek Luh and Chris Webby. 
  • 3 III's ( Prod. By Tariq Beats)
    3 III's ( Prod. By Tariq Beats)
    Moments ago we premiered a new EP from Euroz. The Las Vegas rapper has been working non-stop, from loose joints like "O.O.O." to the Age of Aquarius EP, to the projects that will follow: True Liiies and The Foundation 3. Needless to say, he's got a lot of music on deck, but as a warm-up and birthday gift to the fans, we got A.O.A. 
  • Silhouettes
    HNHH favorite Euroz broke his several-moths-long silence last week when he dropped "O.O.O." (One of One), a supremely chill track, out of the blue. Today, he follows it up with another new one, this time called "Silhouettes." Just like its predecessor, the track was produced by MLB.
  • O.O.O.
    Euroz has been silent since November when he dropped off a loose joint, "Gospel." The rising rapper and former HNHH Heatseeker has been letting fans sit with Memories of the Future since the summer, but soon that will change as he's prepping two new projects for 2015.
  • On Purpose
    On Purpose
    Zak Bonzie aka Zie is one of the premier artists within the Oklahoma demographic. Zie has been certified as a local favorite, and is next up to represent a market untouched and a story untold by the music industry. Patiently waiting for his chance, Bonzie lives in the studio. Follow ZIE ft Euroz on Twitter and Youtube, if you aren't already. How do you feel about the production here?
  • Gospel
    Euroz has been pretty silent when it comes to new records, since delivering his mixtape Memories of the Future to his fans this past summer.
  • S.T.R.
    Euroz is ready to drop his new mixtape Memories Of The Future in a short while, and we're treating fans with one more leak off the project following up the J. Cuse-produced "Tradition." This one's a bit less traditional than the former, with a heavy bassline in the background, hi-hats and distant female vocals adding to the mood.
  • Tradition
    After a slight delay, Euroz is finally ready to let fans hear Memories Of The Future. The mixtape is really a free album, as it's all original music from the Las Vegas native. Before we premiere MOTF at 6 PM EST today (that's in two hours, basically), we're letting you guys hear two leaks off the project, one of which is "Tradition" produced by J. Cuse.
  • Conscious
    We've had our eye on Mark Battles for a minute now. The rapper gained some notoriety when he teamed up with King Los for a joint mixtape Broken Silence last year, and he followed that up with a solo effort Black Einstein.
  • Closer To You
    Closer To You
    As promised, Euroz keeps the new music rolling in. A couple weeks ago, we heard the first preview off his upcoming EP in “F.I.G.L.4” featuring Reezy, and today, the Las Vegas rapper is back with his newest offering titled “Closer To You”. The MLB-produced track will see life on Euroz’ upcoming project, Memories Of The Future, which is slated for a July release. Don't be surprised to see another leak before then though.
  • F.I.G.L.4
    Euroz made a strong return today after a two month-long absence since his "Draft Day" freestyle. The Las Vegas spitter returns with a preview of his upcoming EP, a song dedicated to Draya Michele "Draya," as well as this which he's letting go for free.
  • Draya
    We've obviously been following Euroz since the beginning, as the fast-rising Las Vegas MC was a HNHH Heatseeker back when the competition first launched. Lately we've noticed that Euroz is making moves, including being tapped as a guest for fellow Vegas native Dizzy Wright's "State Of Mind" tour.
  • Draft Day (Freestyle)
    Draft Day (Freestyle)
    You knew it was coming as soon as Drake let go "Draft Day" with a dope beat from Boi-1da. Euroz seems to be the first to hop on the Lauryn Hill-sampled production, sending it over to us to premiere.
  • Back Then
    Back Then
    Last we heard from Euroz was his collaborative tape with Easy Redd, Kray 2. The Las Vegas rapper is now preparing another project, the Memories of The Future EP, which is scheduled to drop next month. On the first leak from the project, Euroz teams up with Golden Age rapper Dizzy Wright, as well as grabbing a beat from frequent collaborator MLB.
  • Look At Me
    Look At Me
    With Compton's AD's new mixtape WAMHU only six days away, the rapper decides to let go a new leak featuring two familiar faces to HNHH, Tha Joker and Euroz.
  • Back At It
    Back At It
    Euroz and Easy Redd just dropped their new collaborative mixtape, Kray 2, and "Back At It" is an early highlight from the project. The cut finds the rappers going in over a dark, key-laden beat from Black Metaphor. How's the chemistry here? Can you appreciate the bars here? If you like this, make sure to check out the rest of the tape, which features plenty of more production from Metaphor, as well as MLB and Alex Lustig.
  • The Firm
    The Firm
    We premiered the new mixtape from Las Vegas native Euroz and rapping partner Easy Redd yesterday, Kray 2. In case you missed it, check out the banging intro to the tape "The Firm" with production from MLB. Cop the full tape right here. Quotable Lyrics