Oakland's C-Money is an artist we have yet to feature on HNHH, but today we're pleased to premiere his new EP. Entitled Just 4 You, the eight track project will boast guest spots from Derek King, Kool John, Chonkie F, Mackin', Too Short and IAMSU!
It's been well over a year since MILLA's name has been heard around these parts. Fortunately, it sounds like that's about to change. On "Turn It Out," the Los Angeles emcee teams up with Jonn Hart and reader-favorite Iamsu! for a club record tailor-made to pack dancefloors. Iamsu!
"Only That Real" was a stand-out cut from Iamsu!'s debut album Sincerely Yours. The album itself received mixed reviews, but "Only That Real" finds Suzy 6 Speed in his element, with a nice hook and a hyphy-inspired instrumental.
Jr Donato is back again. After recently hitting us with tracks like “Still Thuggin” & “I Feel Like”, the Taylor Gang member decides to keep the new music coming and drop off another track for the fans tonight tiled “How It Feel” featuring Iamsu!.
Following up his collaboration with Rich Homie Quan and Kool John, "On Me," Iamsu! gives DJ Whoo Kid the greenlight to premiere his latest collaboration featuring fellow HBK Gang rapper Skipper. Whoo Kid just released a Shade 45 radio rip of the come-up anthem, as Iamsu!
Aside from DJ Mustard, Bay Area denizen Iamsu! and his HBK Gang are probably the biggest hyphy revivalists around in 2014. Their brand of low-end heavy, minimal beats are often a little less ratchet than Mustard's slinky compositions, but on Suzy's latest track, the similarities are unmistakable.
Every modern Atlanta artist has OutKast to thank in some way for their success -- once the duo won "Best new artist" at the 1995 Source Awards in NYC, and Andre 3000 proclaimed "The South got something to say," they had effectively set a whole, untapped hip-hop market in motion, and it continues to roll today.