• Mark Battles is surprising fans (well, not a surprise anymore) with a new mixtape today, PreSeason, hinting to us that this is just his warm-up phase. The new mixtape arrives shortly after news that he's working on a collabo album with Dizzy Wright and Euroz, so there will be no lack of Battles this summer.
  • Mick Jenkins is ready to deliver his sophomore mixtape The Water[s] to follow up his stand-out debut, Trees And Truths, today. We're happy to offer HNHH users the first listen to the project, with an exclusive premiere.
  • Lucki Eck$ provides you with the perfect music for all your druggie adventures on the aptly-titled Body High. The free project follows his debut Alternative Trap, which is the perfect way to get acquainted with his 'alternative trap' music style, something we highlighted here.
  • RETRO is a newcomer to HNHH, however we've heard his new mixtape The Six and it's filled with (slightly) experimental jams that everyone can vibe out too. The project will serve as his debut since touring with Rich Homie Quan and RiFF RaFF earlier this year.
  • Mistah F.A.B. gives fans a slew of new music today with his mixtape Welcome 2 Da Dope Era hosted by MMG's DJ Scream and DJ Holiday.
  • Lorenzo Asher releases his new mixtape today, Numismatics, which rounds up twelve records from the rising artist, including appearances from Rockie Fresh, Rome Fortune and Durand Bernarr. The production is handled by Lorenzo himself alongside Jerry Lang.
  • Shortly after delivering his long-awaited EP with producer Shlohmo, No More, Jeremih has released another free project, to precede his album Late Nights: The Album. The mixtape, accurately titled Not On My Album, consists of records that didn't make the final album cut.
  • More than a year after dropping off Chipper Jones Vol. 2, rising rapper Joey Fatts returns with Chipper Jones Vol. 3. The new mixtape contains contributions from producers like Cardo, DJ Dahi, ID Labs, Eli Myles, J Lbs and more, with guest appearances from Waka Flocka, Vince Staples, A$AP Rocky, and Aston Matthews.
  • Delaware Hip-Hop trio Cypher Clique is back with their latest project, The Greatest Show On Thirst. The new release features production from D-Major, Tribe Beats, Headshot, Tree-Lo, and several others. Quintin Richardson, Matt Howe, Frank Boy, and Dub all appear as features as well.
  • Earlier this week The Underachievers rapper Issa Gold stepped out as a solo artist with his new mixtape Conversations With A Butterfly. Not to be left out, the other half of The Underachievers, rapper AK, has followed that up with a solo project of his own, also free for download, Blessings In The Gray.
  • We came across the "Rap Game Daria" aka Kari Faux the other week with her gloriously-internety music video for "No Small Talk." We were able to connect with her thanks to ~the internet~ and now we're following up the music video with a premiere of her new mixtape Laugh Now, Die Later.
  • Fredo Santana compares himself to the greats with his latest mixtape title, ambitiously called Walking Legend. Whether or not he lives up to such status remains to be seen, but Walking Legend contains no lack of strong producers and features. 
  • Ray J comes through today with a new mixtape project, Unkut 2, presented by the Young California collective. The free release contains 18 records, with appearances from Snow Tha Product, Too Short, Payso B, E-40, Bobby Brackins and more. It also includes Ray J's single "Frank & Sarah."
  • As expected, Detroit’s own Ty Farris comes through and releases his brand new mixtape The Barcode. The project hosts 17 records, and features a mix of freestyles and original cuts, like the track “Another Crackbaby”, which we already heard last week.
  • Euroz just wrapped up the first leg of Dizzy Wright's "State Of Mind" tour, and he's now ready to grace fans with some brand new music. His new mixtape, Memories Of The Future drops exclusively with HNHH today (July 14th), and is preceded by the singles "Tradition" and "S.T.R.," both of which we premiered ear
  • On Valentine's Day Joe Moses hit us with a little something, his JMHUHHH! mixtape, which was a feature-less V-Day themed project. He's stepping up his game for his new release, All Out, which he's calling a street album. It's hosted by MMG's DJ Scream.
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