Iamsu! Songs

  • Backflip (Remix)
    Backflip (Remix)
    We recently heard from the Young Veggies when he released "3 AM In Cape Town (Swag Worth A Mill Pt.
  • All On The Line
    All On The Line
    Following up his collaboration with Rich Homie Quan and Kool John, "On Me," Iamsu! gives DJ Whoo Kid the greenlight to premiere his latest collaboration featuring fellow HBK Gang rapper Skipper. Whoo Kid just released a Shade 45 radio rip of the come-up anthem, as Iamsu! holds it down and shows love for his entire HBK team.
  • On Me
    On Me
    Aside from DJ Mustard, Bay Area denizen Iamsu! and his HBK Gang are probably the biggest hyphy revivalists around in 2014. Their brand of low-end heavy, minimal beats are often a little less ratchet than Mustard's slinky compositions, but on Suzy's latest track, the similarities are unmistakable. With a bassline almost identical to YG's Mustard-produced smash "My Nigga," "On Me" also features the man who laid down the hook on that track, none other than ATL representative Rich Homie Quan.
  • Playa 4 Life
    Playa 4 Life
    Toronto singer Rochelle Jordan returned last month after a brief hiatus, dropping off a remix of her track "Lowkey" that featured JMSN. Today, she pairs with another promising young artist (Iamsu!) for a new track called "Playa 4 Life."
  • U Guessed It (Freestyle)
    U Guessed It (Freestyle)
    OG Maco's breakout hit "U Guessed it" is a sparse but impeccably turnt-up banger, so it's only fitting that its latest remix comes from a rapper who knows a thing or two about sparse, impeccably turnt bangers himself. HBK Gang's Iamsu! steps up to give the track a West Coast remix.
  • Feelings (Remix)
    Feelings (Remix)
    Chinx no-longer-Drugz has been on a remix spree lately, dropping remixes weekly of various popular records. Last week's 'yaymix' was of his own record, "Couple Niggas," adding French Montana and 2 Chainz into the mix.
  • Nun But A Party
    Nun But A Party
    Scotty ATL's dropped some pretty amazing tracks this year, but his new one, "Nun But A Party," might be the best one yet. A lot of that is due to stellar contributions from IAMSU!, B.o.B and Childish Major, who all step up to make the track just the sort of party jam its name suggests.
  • Everything, Everything
    Everything, Everything
    Wiz Khalifa decides to unleash a loose crew cut today connecting his TGOD gang with the HBK gang helmed by Iamsu! Production comes from Sledgren and RMBjustize, who incorporated a smooth sample from Ice Cube's "It Was A Good Day", making this song the perfect way to kick off your weekend. 
  • Summer In California
    Summer In California
    You may recognize Paloma Ford from the hook on Meek Mill's "I Don't Know". The rising L.A. songwriter has now returned with another rap-indebted single, the rolling "Summer In California". The song is built off of some clean staccato piano chords, reminiscent of Chronic 2000-era Scott Storch, of course, revved-up high hats are also present, injecting some of the current rap climate's trap obsession into the mix, as well as some Mustard snaps for good measure.
  • Relapse
    Last night we posted singer/songwriter Marc E Bassy's new mixtape, Only The Poets. Marc is usually found behind the scenes, writing for big artists like Pia Mia, but for Only The Poets he steps out as a singer in his own right, with assistance from Iamsu!, Kehlani, Skizzy Mars and more.
  • Wobble
    The other week we ushered HBK Gang's Kool John onto the site with a cut from his upcoming project Shmop City, the unapologetic "Bitch I Look Good." Today we're taking that relationship one step further with the premiere of his latest Shmop City leak, an Iamsu-produced joint called "Wobble" with an appearance from another HBK member, Skipper.
  • Independent Paper
    Independent Paper
    Iamsu! is quickly becoming the next example of how independent rappers can do it just as big as the major label signees.
  • Backflip
    After dropping off the long-awaited "The Boy" single produced by Hit-Boy and the King Chip-featured "Lipstick On The Blunt", Casey Veggies returns this week with another ill cut, this one featuring Iamsu! (as well as Iamsu! production), "Backflip."
  • Bussin'
    Sir Michael Rocks finally announced a release date for his debut solo effort, Banco, along with the tracklist and cover artwork. He also dropped off a short song "Playstation 1.5", which was pretty lowfi/experimental.
  • May 13th
    May 13th
    As we approach the May 13th release date of Iamsu!’s Sincerely Yours project, the Bay Area rapper has decided to take a break from the album and give fans a fun freestyle tonight. With the help from Skipper, Iamsu! jumps on Lil Wayne’s new Carter V single “Believe Me” featuring Drake and delivers this new HBK Gang remix. It's tough to duplicate what Weezy and Drizzy just dropped, but Iamsu! does his thing well here, and proves that he’s definitely on the rise. Give it a listen, and let us know what ya think!
  • Young Boy Grindin
    Young Boy Grindin
    Fly Street Gang just released their brand new mixtape, Destination Flystreet, which has its share of both new and familiar tracks.
  • OMG
    Young Thug has been busy these dates, after dropping "Eww" three days ago, he returns today alongside Iamsu! for "OMG." He's perfected his whiny-rap on the hook of this one, and we have a feeling you'll either be hating it or loving it.
  • What It Do
    What It Do
    We haven't posted anything from Derek King for a good minute now, following his remix of "Jump" with Sage The Gemini and Kirko Bangz. Today the rising singer makes his return to HNHH, allowing us to premiere a brand new record, "What It Do."
  • What You 'Bout
    What You 'Bout
    Iamsu! is approaching the release date for his anticipated debut album Sincerely Yours, due out on May 13th. If you pre-order the LP on iTunes you get to download this new cut, featuring Taylor Gang smokers Wiz Khalifa and Berner, "What You 'Bout."
  • You
    Cali quartet the Jazmin Sisters have just released their EP 90s Baby, and one of the surprises on it was this remix of their previously-released song "You" that features Iamsu!  Over SWV-sampling production from The MIDI Mafia, the sisters sing about some real good love, and their message is backed up by Su. He flips the song's hook of "Can't nobody do it like you" into a clever "Can't nobody in this world rap like Su" line. 
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