Since releasing her Cloud 19 mixtape last summer, Kehlani's following has been growing at a staggering rate, but as she reveals in her new "On The Come Up" segment, that's far from the whole story. In our exclusive interview, The L.A.
Diggy Simmons was an active figure in the blogosphere for a minute, dropping off several mixtapes and even getting tapped by XXL for their annual Freshmen cover. However, as you may have noticed, Diggy sort of fell off the map the past few years.
Royce Rizzy (formerly Rolls Royce Rizzy, but he's not gonna "take your head off" if you call him the latter) is Jermaine Dupri's most recent signee to So So Def, and the two Atlanta rappers came through the HNHH office to talk a bit about how they linked up.
iLoveMakonnen was already gaining momentum from his uniquely catchy singles like "I Don't Sell Molly No More" and "Club Goin' Up On A Tuesday", but he got what might be the biggest possible boost when Drake decided to hop on the latter single last week.
It's easy to draw comparisons between Detroit's up-and-coming emcee Kid Vishis and his older brother Royce Da 5'9''; both emcees did grow up in the same home, with the same parents, in the same house after all.
Last week we premiered Suspect's "Fatherless Child", and today we begin the first of our daily releases from the rapper, as part of our exclusive "Week Of Suspect" series.The Greg Scott-produced track, "Amen" is built off a wailing guitar sample, complimented
Mila J's "Smoke, Drink, Break Up" has gained a considerable amount of momentum as we approach the warmer months of the year, earning itself an all-star remix with Ty Dolla $ign, Kirko Bangz, and Problem last month.
Isaiah Rashad got the chance to grave the stage at this year's Powerhouse 2014, along with his TDE labelmate, ScHoolboy Q. Before performing, the Cilvia Demo rapper participated in our new interview series, The Quik5, answering five random rapidfire questions
In an exclusive interview with HNHH, Boosie Bad Azz himself shared some details about his new album, Touchdown 2 Cause Hell, including the meaning of the title, some of the features, and the fact that it will be a double-disc release.
Lil Boosie has certainly been a hot topic since his release from prison in January. While the Baton Rouge rapper has been steadily releasing tracks since becoming a free man, the majority of the hype falls upon his upcoming album, Touchdown 2 Cause Hell.