Earlier this week, Atlanta's Runway Richy dropped off China Cafeteria, and he has already come through with a new visual to one of the tape's standout tracks, the B Rackz-produced "By Any Means." The new video definitely matches the track's visceral energy, as
Today we’ve got visuals from one of the smoother tracks on Jeezy’s album “No Church in These Streets,” which dropped in November of 2015. The track features the talented Janelle Monae crooning on the hook.
Mykell Vaughn is a buzzing new artist from Atlanta who operates in the "trap soul" lane. He's just released the video to his debut single, "She Don't Wanna," and he's got a sound and image that should have major labels knocking on his door.
Yesterday (Oct. 31) marked the 15th anniversary of OutKast's Stankonia. Crazy right? MTV has just released a "Stankonia" documentary to the commemorate the occasion and explore the legacy of the groundbreaking album.
The BET Hip-Hop Awards are airing tonight, but HNHH was in town for the event filmed in Atlanta last weekend, and we asked the attendees of the A3C festival who they thought should take some of the big awards.
Since announcing Paperwork, T.I. has been promising a trilogy of albums, each with a different theme. He's now making good on his word, preparing The Dime Trap, a project that will find him once again assuming the title of T.I.P.
A few days back, we shared a video of Future explaining how Atlanta strip club Magic City is instrumental in determining the city's hottest records, which acted as a trailer for a documentary GQ was doing on the night club.
Yesterday, we got to hear Raury's freestyle for the XXL Freshman cover, and today, he's back with another. The ATL youngster visited Sway In The Morning for an interview and a freestyle over Snoop Dogg's "Boss Life."
Released as part of Awful Records' "Awful Holiday" on 4/20 this year, "Don't Call The Cops" has quickly become one of our favorite Archibald Slim tracks to date, and now we've got a video to go along with it.
Amidst a crew full of vocalists who consistently blur the line between rapping and singing, Awful Records' Archibald Slim has been our best source for bar-for-bar lyricism and no-nonsense hooks.
Back in March, Reese dropped off an EP (Jumpoffabuilding) that paired him with the likes of OG Maco, Rich Homie Quan, 808 Mafia, Kari Faux, Trash talk, Key! and Nevabitch, and today, a video arrives for one of its cuts.
Back in October, Scotty ATL dropped off his Spaghetti Junction mixtape, named for Atlanta's many intertwined highways (which Outkast also referenced in a Stankonia track with the same name).
Travis Porter begin the "Faster" video at a recruitment camp, asking various women in camo'd booty shorts, "Why should you twerk for this country?!" We're then taken to the actual boot camp, or booty camp, where all three Porter members are drill sergeants for