Black Superhero Car
Smoke DZA & Pete Rock Feat. Rick Ross
Smoke DZA and Pete Rock are getting ready to drop their collaborative project Don't Smoke Rock, sharing another pre-release single from the forthcoming effort today. "Black Superhero Car" sticks within the classic New York sound we've heard on their previous collabs, and adds a voice from Miami in Rick Ross. The funky, string-laden sample featured on the beat isn't too far off from Ross' more luxurious Maybach Music tracks, and, as a result, he glides over the lush loop with ease.
Smoke DZA Feat. Jadakiss, Styles P & BJ The Chicago Kid
Smoke DZA and Pete Rock have unveiled the second single, "Milestone," off their upcoming joint album, Don't Smoke Rock. The new track follows "Limitless," which dropped at the end of last month and featured fast-rising Harlem rapper Dave East. "Milestone" features two of The LOX's three members in Jadakiss and Styles P as well as BJ The Chicago Kid, who sounds like a classic soul man on the hook.
Smoke DZA & Pete Rock Feat. Dave East
On December 2, Smoke DZA & the legendary Pete Rock will join forces for a new project called Don’t Smoke Rock, which as you can tell is a play off both of their names. Available now for pre-order on iTunes, the project will feature guest appearances from Rick Ross, Dom Kennedy, Big K.R.I.T, Cam’ron, BJ The Chicago Kid, Wale, Jadakiss, and many more.
Mickey Factz & Nottz Feat. Curren$y, Mack Wilds & Smoke DZA
Mickey Facts is getting ready to release a joint project with producer Nottz at midnight titled The Achievement: circa ‘82, but before it arrives the Bronx emcee decides to share one last leak ahead of time called “Marina,” featuring Mack Wilds, Smoke DZA, and Curren$y.
Scorpion Death Drop
Project Pat, A$AP Twelvyy, Smoke DZA & Trae Tha Truth
Radio DJ and personality Emilio Sparks and John Sparkz, head of mixing and mastering at Harry Fraud's SRF SCHL, have fused their love of hip-hop with their passion for professional wrestling by curating a new project, Parts Unknown, featuring some of their favorite rappers and producers. The producers flip some of the sport's most iconic entrance songs, and the emcees deliver bars worthy of the larger-than-life wrestlers in question.
Smoke DZA Feat. A$AP Rocky
Smoke DZA and ASAP Rocky are both Harlem representers, and on Smoke's new project, Don't Pass Trump The Blunt, the sequel to his 2010 breakthrough, George Kush Da Button, they've come together on a record that finds the overlap in their sound. 183rd provides an unconventionally looped string sample, which creates a swaying feel to the record as it crashes over and beyond the 4/4 drums. It falls somewhere between Rocky's ALLA collaborations with Dangermouse, and DZA's hazy New York grit.
Smoke DZA may be the one of hip-hop's authorities when it comes to weed, but he's no slacker. The rapper puts out music at an incredible pace given his stoner tendencies.
Outside My Mind | 4-19-2026 | Petty Murphy
Smoke DZA has made sure to recruit exclusively top-notch producers this year, as he's released a joint EP with Harry Fraud and has a joint album with the legend Pete Rock dropping this summer. Today, he's decided to look toward a more left-field producer in Flying Lotus, rapping over a few of the L.A. beatmaker's choice instrumentals for a three-in-one stream titled "Outside My Mind | 4-19-2026 | Petty Murphy."
El Chapo (Remix)
Ron Browz Feat. 2 Milly, Dave East, N.O.R.E., Smoke DZA & Cory Gunz
Ron Browz' minimal "El Chapo" record has been gradually gaining steam since its release last summer, so today, the rapper has assembled an impressive roster of New York rappers to give it the proper crew track treatment. The crowded posse cut seems to be more of a rarity than it once was, so grabbing *takes deep breath* 2 Milly, Dave East, N.O.R.E., Smoke DZA, and Cory Gunz for this one feels like quite an event, especially considering the variety of ages and styles within the group.
Trust The Shooter
Royce Da 5'9" Feat. Smoke DZA
With the clock striking midnight, Royce Da 5’9” decided to keep his word and release his highly anticipated free EP called Trust The Shooter. Laced with 12 tracks in total, the project features guest contributions from Smoke DZA, Styles P, Tiara, DJ Premier, Jahlil Beats, Nottz, Araabmuzik, and many more.
Smoke DZA & Manolo Rose Feat. Royce Da 5'9"
Two different boroughs are represented on this new track from Harlem’s Smoke DZA and Brooklyn’s Manolo Rose. “Black Elite” is the first single from the duo’s forthcoming collaborative project 867 Madison. It features the rejuvenated Royce Da 5’9”, as all three emcees come correct with their verses.
Smoke DZA's fourth studio album He Has Risen is scheduled to drop March 4. Harry Fraud appears to be handling the bulk of the production for the project. He produced "Morals," which features DZA's West Coast stoner counterpart Snoop Dogg, and he produced "100K," a new single released today in an HNHH premiere.
Smoke DZA Feat. Snoop Dogg
Smoke DZA and Snoop Dogg was bound to happen. There’s just too much weed smoking synergy. Smoke is gearing up to release his 4th studio album He Has Risen on March 4, and this is the first single from the project.
Where It's At?
When Smoke DZA asks “Where It’s At?” you can probably guess what he’s talking about. Still, Smoke doesn’t really leave a lot to our imagination in his new track whose first words are “Where the weed at?” Fresh off of releasing “Absolutely Perfect” yesterday, this track features a much more traditional sound than the sparse Wale collaboration.
Smoke DZA & Wale
Just in case a Hit-Boy-producer banger with Wale isn't enough heat, the rapper returns today with Smoke DZA by his side on "Absolutely Perfect." As you can probably tell from the WWE-inspired single art, the record gets its influence from wrestler Mr. Perfect.
Smoke DZA & Manolo Rose Feat. Problem
Smoke DZA and Manolo Rose have decided to join forces for a new project, and they've shared the first release from the upcoming EP today. As if there wasn't enough energy on the track between the two New Yorkers, west coaster Problem has also joined in on "Brinks Truck". Like the rest of the upcoming project, the song is produced by 183rd, providing a driving beat that inspires Manolo's forceful hook.
It's a new year, and Smoke DZA is bringing it in right -- by taking on a beat from the ever-impressive Harry Fraud. "The Corsican" is more of the producer's signature haze, which DZA greets with some pointed rhymes, enuncuating his each and every word that allows his punchlines to hit a little harder.
I Got Kids
Fans of Smoke DZA didn't get too much new music in 2015, and indeed, it seems that the RFC leader had some more important things to attend to, as suggested by the title of his new record, "I Got Kids." But his new track in no way signifies that he's gone soft -- quite the opposite.
Al-Doe & Smoke DZA
The self-proclaimed "pope of the coke talk" (according to his SoundCloud) returns today with everyone's favorite Kushed God for the NYC-approved "Jones Beach." Al-Doe and Smoke DZA are frequent collaborators with producer 183rd, in fact, together they make up part of the DZA-led R.F.C. crew. Today, though, it's just three of them on Al-Doe's leak.
Tim Vocals Feat. Nino Man & Smoke DZA
Tim Vocals makes his official debut on HNHH today, as we premiere a new collaboration from the singer. For those unfamiliar with Tim, he's a Harlem native who has been putting out content weekly with a #TimTuesday series. Now that the series has ended, he's been releasing leaks off his forthcoming project RNB. This serves as the second single, and connects him with fellow NYC natives Nino Man and the Kushed God.