Jet Life affiliate Young Roddy recently paid a trip to NYC to promote his debut album The Kenner Loop. Before coming coming by the HNHH studio to record a Bill Russell-inspired freestyle, the New Orleans rapper rode through the streets of Manhat
To promote his newly-released When It’s Dark Out album, Bay Area’s G-Eazy made his way out East to the Big Apple, where he paid a visit to the Hot 97 studios to chop it up with gang from Ebro in the Morning.
GoldLink's strong internet following and general mystique might make him appear to be something of a post-regional artist, but according to the rapper himself, the DMV plays a major role in his music.
With his upcoming album, This Thing Called Life, right around the corner, August Alsina decided to sit down with the home girl, Jen DeLeon, for the latest episode in her on-going “Life Lesson” series.
With prominent appearances on Dr. Dre's Compton and The Game's The Doc 2.5 under his belt, a new EP released today with Knxledge, and an album dropping in January, Anderson .Paak is poised to blow.
Damn, Casey Veggies is a chill dude.
HNHH HQ was blessed with Veggies' presence last week. The emcee, fresh off his debut album Live & Grow, sat down for our patented "This or That" segment to answer some tough questions.
We sat down with GoldLink to discuss the making of his debut album And After That, We Didn't Talk. He made the album in a month, hunkered down in a DMV studio with his main producer Louie Lastic.
The one and only Damon Campbell recently caught up with Curren$y, ahead of the rapper's Canal St. Confidential album. Damon digs up the dirt on Spitta, first bringing up when a Young Curren$y had to wear an eye patch (visualize that for a second).
Shortly after Jadakiss released his fourth solo album, Top 5 Dead or Alive, the Yonkers emcee came through HNHH to talk about how, at age 40, he's managed to stay relevant in the rap game and how he's nowhere near hanging up the mic.
We're now a few weeks removed from Ty Dolla $ign's Free TC, but the rapper hasn't slowed down the work grind. This morning he was a guest on Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club with Charlamagne Tha God, DJ Envy and Angela Yee.