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  • Cover of Diddy's Revolt TV Is Having Trouble Bringing Up Viewership
    We've seen Diddy's Revolt TV brand all over the net since its inception last year, but it looks like the TV network itself is having trouble increasing its viewership.
  • Cover of T.I. Reveals Tracklist For "Paperwork: The Motion Picture"
    After unveiling the artwork for his upcoming album Paperwork: The Motion Picture at the end of last month, T.I. returns today with the official tracklist and deluxe edition cover art.
  • Cover of Snippets Of Three Tracks From Lil Durk's "Remember My Name" Surface Online
    Back in May, we learned of Remember My Name, the debut album that Lil Durk announced via his Twitter.
  • Cover of Jeremih Teases New Single Featuring J. Cole "Planes"
    Jeremih is on a roll. After "Don't Tell 'Em" hit gold, the r'n'b singer dropped off an official remix of the record enlisting Ty Dolla $ign and French Montana for additional verses. Now he's teasing the artwork for the next single we can expect off of his upcoming album Late Nights: The Album.
  • Cover of Dr. Dre's "Detox" May Not Actually Be Titled "Detox"
    Well, it looks like Detox isn't coming after all -- at least not with the title.
  • Cover of Flatbush Zombies And The Underachievers Announce "Electric Koolaide Experience" Tour
    After sharing their first track under the "Clockwork Indigo" moniker earlier today, Flatbush Zombies and The Underachievers have announced a fall tour called the "Electric Koolaide Experience." All the dates are below, and you can cop tickets here.
  • Cover of Kendrick Lamar's Single Artwork For "I" Revealed
    As reports indicated, Kendrick Lamar is poised to drop a new single in the coming week. Originally the title was thought to be "I Love Myself," but then it was later confirmed to be simply "I." This is confirmed once more with the official single artwork, via the man himself.
  • Cover of Mike Shinoda Talks Possible Fort Minor Follow-Up, First Hearing Eminem
    If you slept on Mike Shinoda's Fort Minor side-project, you missed out on one of the dopest hip-hop albums of the 2000s. If you didn't, then you know why the possibility of a The Rising Tied follow-up is as exciting as it is.
  • Cover of Underrated Audio: September 6 - September 12
    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.
  • Cover of Tyga Unveils Artwork For Kanye West-Produced Single "40 Mill"
    Back in January we saw a photo surface online of Tyga and Kanye West working together in the studio on what appeared to be new music. Well with Tyga’s new album, The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty, right around the corner, it appears Tyga is about ready to let the world hear what the two cooked up.
  • Cover of Nicki Minaj Denied From Speaking At Her Former High School
    Nicki Minaj took to Twitter yesterday to let her followers know that her former high school, the famed LaGuardia High School in New York's Upper Westside, turned down Nicki's proposal to speak to the students. Nicki took to Twitter to express her disappointment in the school.
  • Cover of Artwork Revealed For Chief Keef & Kanye West's Upcoming Collab "Nobody"
    After a few setbacks, Chief Keef is finally getting ready to release his long overdue project Bang 3.
  • Cover of André 3000: "I’d Love To Put Out An Album"
    Today, The New York Times published an interview with André 3000 that was supposed to focus on his role as Jimi Hendrix in the upcoming film "Jimi: All Is By My Side," but a little hint within about new music seems to be attracting much more attention.
  • Cover of East Coast Vs. West Coast: Revisited
    In case you're living under a rock and missed the story, Suge Knight caught a few strays the other night at a VMA pre-party. This raises a few burning questions that need to be answered. First, who's still inviting Suge Knight to these parties? Clearly where he goes, so do hella bullets.
  • Cover of T.I. Announces Release Date For "Paperwork: The Motion Picture" [Update: Official Artwork Revealed]
    T.I. recently revealed a slew of artists we can expect on Paperwork: The Motion Picture, his follow up album but no-longer sequel to Trouble Man. Along with revealing a bunch of featured artists, he hinted at a release date, saying it would drop in "Libra season."
  • Cover of Ty Dolla $ign Says He's On Rihanna's Next Album
    Ty Dolla $ign's rolodex is rapidly filling up with big names. After collaborating with everyone from Lupe Fiasco to Snoop Dogg this year, the L.A.-based singer was hoping to snag Drake for the remix of his song "Or Nah," but wound up linking up with another huge artist after Drizzy failed to deliver his verse.
  • Cover of Tracklist Revealed For Ty Dolla $ign's "Sign Language" Mixtape
    The day has finally arrived for Ty Dolla $ign's new Sign Language mixtape, but before we get the project in several hours time, we've been treated the back cover artwork slash tracklist.
  • Cover of Fabolous Announces New Album Title
    Fabolous' Loso's Way 2 was first announced back in 2010, and now as 2014 closes out, we've still seen no sign of it. It appears that the many delays the project has suffered inspired Fab to retire the title, announcing a brand new project on Complex's sneaker show Quickstrike today.
  • Cover of Mark Battles Announces The "Dreams 2 Reality" Tour, Sponsored By HNHH
    HNHH is pleased to announce Mark Battles' upcoming "Dreams 2 Reality" tour, which will begin on September 5th in Bend, Oregon, and conclude on October 25th in Dunn, NC. Fellow Fly America artists Derek Luh and Euroz will join him on the road, as will some very special guests who are yet to be announced.
  • Cover of Who's Bringing New York Back First?
    It doesn't come as a surprise to know that the future of New York hip-hop looks extremely bright. Once the birthplace of rap, the city still harbors some of the best talent in the genre. 
  • Cover of Karlie Hustle Announces Her Resignation From Hot 97
    New York radio station Hot 97 has lost another employee this summer, as their Music Director Karlie Hustle offers her public resignation today. As you may know, the veteran radio personality Angie Martinez resigned in June to everyone's surprise, and headed to Hot 97's competitor Power 105.1.
  • Cover of T.I. Says Jeezy, Rick Ross, Pharrell, The-Dream, Lil Boosie And More Are On "Paperwork"
    Though T.I.'s been in the news more this year for his disagreements with Floyd Mayweather than his actual music, the release of his next album, Paperwork, will surely change that. In a new interview with Bootleg Kev, T.I. speaks on the upcoming project and reveals a star-studded guest list.
  • Cover of Pete Rock Worked With Kendrick Lamar On His New Album
    Any details we can get on Kendrick Lamar's new album are welcome, as it is being kept tightly under wraps. Today we get word that Pete Rock made a contribution to the LP, which is as of yet untitled.
  • Cover of Single Art Revealed For Lil Wayne's "Grindin" Featuring Drake
    Lil Wayne has had no problem pushing "Believe Me" featuring Drake as the lead single off Tha Carter V. The song has seen plenty of success on the radio, and continues to grow. With that one officially off the ground, Weezy F is on to the next one. 
  • Cover of Listen To Twista's New Album "Dark Horse"
    Twista is gearing up to drop his new album next week on August 12th. We've already heard a few records off Dark Horse, including the title track, "Friend Of Me" with Chief Keef and Stunt Taylor, as well as "Devil's Angel."
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