A new season of HNHH's "On the Come Up" is here! Jackboy helps us kick it off, with an exclusive interview where he speaks on moving from Kodak Black's Sniper Gang to start his own imprint, 1804 Records, the Florida rap scene, building generational wealth for his family, and much more.
Saint Bodhi discusses her breakout project "Mad World," getting a story published in Marvel's "Black Panther" comic book, her love for video games, and the moment she found out that she was Grammy-nominated for "Rise & Grind."
Magic's Jonathan Isaac explains his stance on COVID-19 vaccine: "I am not anti-vax. I’m not anti-medicine. I’m not anti-science. I didn’t come to my current vaccination status by studying Black history or watching Donald Trump press conferences."
Gym Class Heroes frontman Travie McCoy discusses his influence on the new generation, his leaked collab with The Alchemist & Lil Wayne, battling addiction, and his thoughts on Machine Gun Kelly's foray into pop-punk.
Ahead of the launch of the limited edition Dapper Dan x Pepsi Football Watching Capsule Collection, we spoke to the father of logo-mania about the infamous Mike Tyson fight, Michael K. Williams, and so much more.
Toronto's Pressa joins us for this week's edition of "Rise & Grind" where he reveals why he chose Coi Leray over Pooh Shiesty for the "Attachments" remix, his love for "Snowfall" and the legacy of the late Houdini.
Fresh off joining forces with Jif Peanut Butter and switching it up on his new single "Butter.ATL," Ludacris reflects on his latest creative partnership, his new music, and the importance of experimenting with flow.