Stream Game Feat. Lifestyle "Hit The J" Video, the latest video from Game, which dropped on Saturday, May 11th, 2013. Game's odds keep getting better with each new leak, and Game Feat. Lifestyle "Hit The J" Video will undoubtedly improve his chances of winning. It's a worthy addition to a respectable catalogue that has seen a lot of growth since Game debuted in this game. We're looking forward to the follow-up.
Peep Riff Raff "FREEZE DRiED" Video, the latest visual from Riff Raff. It dropped on Sunday, May 5th, 2013. Riff Raff's future brightens with every new release, and Riff Raff "FREEZE DRiED" Video certainly isn't an exception. It's a fitting addition to a solid catalogue that Riff Raff has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're excited to hear more.
A demo tape of Yeezy material dating back to 2001, the "College Dropout" era. Many of the tracks are alternate or original versions of official material, but there is some previously unheard music here as well. Who misses the old 'Ye?
Heroes x Villains remixed DJ Scream’s ‘Hood Rich Anthem’, cooking up a new instrumental and adding a verse from Trinidad James (the original featured Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz, Waka Flocka, Yo Gotti and Future).
The original demo for Kanye's “All Falls Down” single from The College Dropout - the instrumental is different and there are new lyrics. It's included on a demo tape that surfaced today and is now available in our mixtape section.
HNHH brings you the exclusive drop of Dusty McFly's latest project, "B&B 2". Featuring guest appearances from Royce Da 5'9", Boldy James, SCB Stro, and more. Production courtesy of The Olympicks, Young Chop, and Key Wane, among others.
Mac Miller (working under his Larry Fisherman production alias) dropped the "Showtime" mixtape yesterday evening, that being April 20th, 2013. Hosted by Treejay and DJ Clockwork, it features production from himself and others as well as guest appearances from Freddie Gibbs, Ab-Soul, Smoke DZA & MellowHigh.
The country and rap worlds have been colliding over the past decades with artists from both genres interested in collaboration. Just like any experimentation, it can result in a mess or may produce a desirable outcome. The question is, have these collaborations produced any worthy tracks or have they all been failed attempts?