A line from the song Change (off his outstanding spoken word/hip hop album with Odd Thomas titled Arm Ambidextrous goes: “But that’s another subject, next album’s called Excellent, already started writing, that’s a Biblical work ethic.” This gave us a look into the early working stages of what is now his aptly-titled album Excellent.Read More
Hustle Gang recently dropped G.D.O.D 2, the second installment in the G.D.O.D. mixtape series. With a rich sampling of 19 records, Hustle Gang kept their word and delivered an enjoyable collection that oozes crisp rapping and hip-hop tunes from start to finish.
The album features guest appearances from a number of artists including B.o.B., Travi$ Scott, Young Thug, Trae Tha Truth, Iggy Azalea, Problem, Rich Homie Quan, Shad Da God, Yung Booke, Troy Ave, and many more.
Mac Miller creates meek beauty among soul infusions and urban landscapes. Faces is one of those hiphop albums that brings a level of honesty through progressive lines and high-quality arrangement.
After working on this mixtape for quite some time, Mac Miller treats old and new fans with 24 hiphop pieces that features some collaborations with artists such as Schoolboy Q, Sir Michael Rocks, Earl Sweathshirt, Rick Ross, Mike Jones, Vince Staples, and Da$h. The collection consists of new songs, except for the recently released single Diablo.
Grab your surfboard and get ready to be stoked in Brandon Howard aka BARUKH‘s latest album, SURF. By using a simple but winning formula of crisp wordplay and infectious arrangement to match, the album let’s listeners ride in waves of energetic hiphop tunes that are focused on positivism and creating music for the mind.Read More
Rated as “very hot” on HNHH, Mick Jenkins‘ sophomore album, The Water[s], has been creating waves on the hip hop scene for a few weeks now. The 15-track collection is a follow-up on his debut Trees And Truths, which received a lot of positive reviews from critics and fans.Read More