Bobby Brackins continues to push his new single “Hot Box” with Mila J. After catching a remix from Terrace Martion and Choice back in November, Bobby decides to give the LA Leakers the go ahead to premiere another remix of the record with Iamsu! and Too Short.
As you all probably know, Bobby Shmurda, Rowdy Rebel and 11 other members of their GS9 crew are currently awaiting a trial for the boatload of charges brought against them last month. Despite that, Shmurda and Rebel have managed to get some new music out.
G-Eazy has been pretty vocal about the influence of Bay Area rap on his sound. He's cited E-40 as one of his favorite rappers, so it's surely an honor for him to share a track with West Coast icon Too Short.
Oakland's C-Money is an artist we have yet to feature on HNHH, but today we're pleased to premiere his new EP. Entitled Just 4 You, the eight track project will boast guest spots from Derek King, Kool John, Chonkie F, Mackin', Too Short and IAMSU!
As a member of League Of Starz, Trak D may have had his hand in the production of some of your favorite records of the 2014. As a solo artist, however, this is actually his first appearance here at HNHH.
Too Short has been in the game for over the past 20 years and yet he still continues to stay relevant. On Tuesday, the Bay Area legend put out his latest effort, 19,999, which can now be streamed for free thanks to Spotify users.
This summer, Bay Area stalwart Too Short dropped a hilarious track called "19,999," the title of which referred to the number of women he claims to have slept with. An equally funny video soon followed, and now it appears as if the song will give way to an EP of the same name, arriving tomorrow.
Once again, Too Short fled the scene after being caught for a wrong-doing. You may recall that last year, Short was pulled over by the cops and appeared to be under the influence-- he tried to make a run for it, but was later apprehended, and charged with a DUI. He was put on probation for three years.
East Oakland native Beeda Weeda is keeping himself busy this summer, not only working on releasing a solo album but a joint project with Dallas, Texas rapper Big Hud. The solo album will precede the joint album which is dropping in September.
It looks like Mikey Rocks' wishes of collaborating with Bay Area legend Too Short finally came true on his latest album BANCO. Over production from DJ Mustard no less, Mikey connects with the OG and his rapping partner/Cool Kids affiliate Chuck Inglish. "Ain't Nothing Like" is definitely a banger. Too Short back?