We've seen Hopsin go on twitter rants concerning the music industry/rap game in the past, however he usually calms down and it's back to business as usual. His latest message to the fans isn't in rant-form and it sounds like he's for real.
Justin Simien's directorial debut "Dear White People" has been earning critical-acclaim across the globe for its poignant and timely social satire about the modern Black struggle. Appropriately then, the film's soundtrack is filled with similarly themed musical numbers. "Mr.
Some of you might recall a NY emcee by the name of Mysonne remixing Hopsin's "Ill Mind Of Hopsin 5" back when the video went viral in 2012. Addressing Hopsin's criticism of the black community, Mysonne received the co-sign of the song's originator when Hop produced and appeared in his response video.
Oh shit, Hop is back at it again.
A few years after "Ill Mind of Hopsin 5" offended everyone and their mother, the seventh chapter in the series doubles up on the lyrical ammo, taking aim at religious institutions and those who follow them blindly.
Prior to the release of Knock Madness, Hopsin did not appear to be in the best state. The rapper went on a dark Twitter rant, expressing his frustrations with the music industry, and even suggested committing suicide.