If you watched K Camps recent One Way vlogs, you may have spotted Genius or DJ Genius as he goes by in the presence of K Camp. Genius is not only a rapper but Camp's official tour DJ, and thus when the Atlanta native is documenting his time on the road, Genius obviously pops up here and there.
Last year, B.o.B dropped off the sequel to his highly acclaimed tape No Genre, and shortly after, announced the formation of a new record label by the same name. After introducing us to a few of his signees in the "Fleek" video last month, Bobby Ray now drops off a new mixtape that showcases his label's roster.
Dusty McFly returns today to drop his new mixtape Evergreen. Featuring guest appearances from Peej, Sino, Icewear Vezzo, Scotty ATL, Louis Gold, Jon Connor, Kirko Bangz, Maejor Ali and Kap G, the tape is comprised of 15 new tracks.
Houston rapper DeLorean hasn't blessed us with a new mixtape since 2013's GRACE, which dropped in June of that year, but that changes today. Here's the rapper's new tape, entitled Look Alive, which arrived earlier this week.
Every modern Atlanta artist has OutKast to thank in some way for their success -- once the duo won "Best new artist" at the 1995 Source Awards in NYC, and Andre 3000 proclaimed "The South got something to say," they had effectively set a whole, untapped hip-hop market in motion, and it continues to roll today.
Our good friends over at DJBooth.net are knee-deep into their relaunched Freestyle Series and the internet is all the better for it. Featuring a who's-who of up-and-coming emcees, the original 250 entries ran from 2009 to 2011 and featured the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Mac Miller and Wiz Khalifa.
Underrated Audio aims to provide you with some dope looks from the last seven days that flew under most peoples' radars. While they may have received front-page placement on HNHH, they didn't get as many views as they deserve, so we shine a little more light on them right here.
Scotty ATL's dropped some pretty amazing tracks this year, but his new one, "Nun But A Party," might be the best one yet. A lot of that is due to stellar contributions from IAMSU!, B.o.B and Childish Major, who all step up to make the track just the sort of party jam its name suggests.
Scotty ATL's stayed relatively quiet this summer after dropping "What's The Formula" with Childish Major back in June, but that changes today. Scotty ends the drought with a KE On The Track produced jam called "Play By The Rules" that also features Johnny Cinco and Cap 1.
Here goes the second new release from CyHi The Prynce we've received today. After he popped up over ScHoolboy Q's "Studio" instrumental for a remix, he's returned to his last mixtape Hystori: Black History Project for a remix of his own record.
Though G. Montana is not someone we've featured on HNHH before, his new track "Go Hard" is strong enough to almost guarantee him some more shine from us. Featuring Scotty ATL and Emilio Rojas, the song features artwork Lebron James dunking over Jason Terry.
The Come Up are a duo from Pittsburgh who are signed to Mac Miller's REMember Music label and will release their 6 song EP Lighter Fluid later this month. "All The Way" is the first taste of the project, and features Scotty ATL, Ebony Love and Will Brennan.