Fresh off the release of his celebrated mixtape OMMIO 3, RJ has developed into one of Los Angeles' most exciting artists. In an interview with HNHH, RJ discussed his early influences, which were predominately east coast rappers like Jay Z.
Wiki first made some noise as part of the collective RatKing, which is a Manhattan-based rap group comprised of Wiki, Hak and Sporting Life. Recently he's branched out on his own, dropping off his debut solo project Lil Me back in December.
Very few new rappers have been making more noise than Atlanta's 21 Savage. Some have compared his forceful entry into the game to that of Waka Flocka, as it's been his street-centered rage that has set him apart from his melody-happy competitors.
Lil Yachty is one of those rappers who has seemingly come out of nowhere. We haven’t gotten to see the usual progress from early mixtape to a well-rounded artist, instead encountering a fully-formed artist in “Yachty.”
Lil Uzi Vert found some overnight success with his mixtape-turned-album (now available on iTunes thanks to a deal with Atlantic) Luv Is Rage. He hasn't stopped there, building on his momentum with leaks including the energetic "Did It," collabor
Nef the Pharaoh made it on to our Breakout Artists of 2015 list, so it's only right we shoot an episode of On The Come Up with him. The second episode of the new OTCU season features the Bay Area native who blew up off of a NOLA tribute, "Big Tymin."
Donmonique sees herself as a regular girl from Brooklyn, but her rise to prominence in the last 6 months has been anything but ordinary. In our newest episode of #OTCU, she reflects on her journey up to this point and teases what she's got next on the menu.
We're back at it today, launching a new season of our On The Come Up video series, where we give you all the #facts you need to know about rappers who are on the cusp of breaking. HNHH mainstay Mick Jenkins is helping us kick off the new season.
It's been a minute since we premiered Ro Ransom's long-awaited mixtape Ro Ransom Is The Future. The rapper has actually been pretty silent since it dropped, but we decided to have him come up to the office for our latest instalment in On The Come Up.