The craziest shit to go down last week in hip-hop, and in all of entertainment, really, was the surprise airing of the "Famous" phone call between Kanye West and Taylor Swift, which had only been a rumor until last weekend.
To be honest, I still don't completely understand how the Pokemon Go app works, I only just found out that it's a game you need to play outside in your real-life neighborhood (?), but nonetheless, I definitely see the Pokemon Go frenzy taking ov
While most of the world had to make a do with a shitty-ass TIDAL stream of Kanye West's Yeezy Season 3/The Life of Pablo debut, there were a lot of fans who managed to cop tickets to Madison Square Gardens, not to mention any noteworthy celebrity had
Over the course of 2015, HNHH's Word on the Street segment has given the universe the gift of such colorful New York characters as Only Sidechicks Guy, "Zan In The Juice" Guy, Allan Kingdom, "Fuck Up Some Condoms" Guy, "Hip Hop is Troy Ave" Guy, an unlikely Bi
This week, Michelle Obama showed off her most ferocious bars in a rap video called "Go to College" We took to the streets of New York City to show locals the video and gauge their reaction. Some were skeptical, some were digging it.
The topic of conversation for this week's Word On The Street episode, centers around two highly-praised MCs, Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole. With both MCs recently trading remixes, each killing the other's song, the two artists have been on our mind.
With the work day coming to a close (if not already over for some people), we are now officially entering Thanksgiving; although most people have been celebrating all week/anticipating the massive meal that's about to go down tomorrow.
Every year we get to see our favorite celebrities/artists take Halloween to a new level, thanks to teams that are dedicated to hair, make-up and clothing, while us regular folk subsist on thrift store finds and DIY make-up.
The NBA season officially tipped off last night and we went out to get some hard-hitting predictions from New Yorkers including, which team they think is going to win it all and which player is most likely to win the MVP.
Yup, everyone is talking about Drizzy's dance moves in the "Hotline Bling" visuals, so we obviously had to take it to the streets for our latest edition of Word on the Street. We are "HotNewDrake," after all.
The BET Hip-Hop Awards are airing tonight, but HNHH was in town for the event filmed in Atlanta last weekend, and we asked the attendees of the A3C festival who they thought should take some of the big awards.
Over the weekend, Amber Rose hosted her first SlutWalk out in Los Angeles, where she marched along with hundreds of other women in protest of slut-shaming and the double standards that plague our society.
With the recent anniversary of Tupac's untimely passing, Pac has been on our minds. The anniversary often brings back conspiracy theories about whether or not Pac is really dead/who shot him/etc, so we decided to see what the people of New York City
Travi$ Scott's debut album, Rodeo, has seen fans and critics divided-- most fans are freely handing out the praise, while critics seem to be underwhelmed by the project. Even our review found a strong divide.
"I have decided in 2020 to run for president." With these fateful words, Kanye West announced his candidacy for the highest office in the land and dropped the mic on the VMAs, leaving the rest of us to imagine exactly what sort of president he'd be.