• Chief Keef is currently preparing his long-awaited sophomore album, Bang 3, but in the meantime, he'll be dropping the sequel to his breakthrough Back From The Dead mixtape, fittingly titled, Back From The Dead 2. Look out for the project Halloween night.
  • Mike WiLL Made It has announced a new mixtape, Ransom, to run off the momentum of his latest album single "Buy The World" with Lil Wayne, Kendrick Lamar and Future. Unlike Mike WiLL's past mixtapes, Ransom will strictly be composed of new music from the producer. Stay tuned as leaks are expected to drop soon.
  • You know rappers love to drop shit on a holiday. We're bound to be seeing plenty more mixtapes with a release date of October 31st, but first up is Detroit playa Icewear Vezzo.
  • It's been a long time coming for Ro Ransom's upcoming mixtape, Ro Ransom Is The Future. The Harlemite has finally locked in a release date for the project, and you can expect it to premiere on HotNewHipHop come October 30th, just in time for your Halloween debauchery (or Mischief Night debauchery).
  • Future has an appropriately-titled mixtape dropping right around Halloween. The rapper recently announced that he has plans to drop Monster on October 28th, following up from his song of the same name (listen to that here while you wait).
  • The other week we kicked off Honey Cocaine's mixtape campaign with the first look from her new mixtape, Like A Drug. The "Curve Ball" record went over extremely well, and she kept things going with the official music video yesterday.
  • Sean Brown returns with the highly-anticipated sequel to his 2014 Mascot tape. Premiering today on HNHH, the tape features some of Brown's most recent drops, including reader-acclaimed loosies "What A Feeling" and "Wait Til We Get Home."
  • We've dropped off a few of YG Hootie's Destroy & Rebuild leaks. So far, we've heard "Drive Me Crazy", "Bows", "No Child's Play" and "They Loving My Show." He started it off strong awhile ago, when he dropped "2 Presidents" featuring Kendrick Lamar, which pops up again on this album.
  • Our first introduction to Dillon Cooper came over a year ago, with his debut mixtape project Cozmik. The then-20-year-old Brooklyn native had a distinctly old school sound, and was well-received by fans of the site.
  • Out of nowhere, Rocko decides to come through and release a brand new mixtape called IGNANT.
  • Lil B is always putting in work at the studio, and tonight he’s decided to share with us what he’s been cooking up lately with this new mixtape Ultimate Bitch.
  • Mickey Factz returns 3 months after his critically acclaimed release of 740 Park Avenue, with another mixtape entitled Love.Lust.Lost.II.
  • In September we premiered the music video for aka Frank's DJ Mustard-produced single "Real One," and today, we've returned with the premiere of aka Frank's full Legend EP. While the rapper may not be at legend status yet, it let's us know his plans for the future.
  • Last year, The Guys impressed us with their Ice Cube-inspired left turn, "Still Wanna Kill Sam", and the Chicago duo have continued to develop their sound with their new project, Free The Guys.While technically an EP, the 12-track effort plays more like a full length, and happens to be the strongest statement from
  • We featured G4SHI recently for our On The Come Up profile series, and the New York-based rapper continues to warrant the on-the-come-up title as he drops off a new mixtape for the fans, 4Play.
  • Here at HNHH, we do our absolute best to bring you the internet's hottest up-and-coming emcees. Occasionally, however, one slips through the cracks.
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