I am late on this track from Pop Buchanan but it’s one that I am obligated to get out to you guys because this track just has a unique and yet dope vibe. The production from illegal Spiegel embraces the spiritual element and has a very organic feel too it. Buchanan then hits you with unabashed approach of his take on black history and community. His mic prescence is strong and his message is more so.
Check out his new project, Ancestral Drums! If it’s even half as good as this cut we are all in for a project to leave in our rotation for the year. Really dope!
Eto and Flu let loose the video for the single, Sonny. This joint is for those of us who are trying to pull out at a victory. Flu leads with a track driven by the keys but has a knack for adding different elements to keep the track versatile. Eto lends you his first-hand experience and perspective on how to avoid the pitfalls in life to grab the ‘W’.
Check out the collaborative project, Motion Picture.
Stoneface comes at us with a fire submission from his 2017 album, The Stone Age. The production from BP sets up a scathing backdrop for Stoneface to let off an intelligent an ill salvo of 37 bars.
I am going to have to go back and listen to the album again, This joint is dope!
Some new music from Snak The Ripper is always a welcome sight at HHD. This track with Rittz is a little more rowdy than the previous singles we have featured here. But the track from C-Lance goes and the emcees crank it up to volume 100.
Snak’s new abum, Off The Rails, is available next Thursday and you should all be checking for it. As an individual artist he always meets expectations, but he also has some great features on the album, so you should be checking for that.
John Jigg$ links up with Daniel Son over a slick guitar-driven production from Cuns. I really love the little bit of rock vibe that mingles in with straight hiphop nature of the cut. The chorus will also have you singing along a little bit there.
This is definitely a choice cut off of Jigg$ and Cuns collaborative effort, Teflon John, which is out now.
New, new from Ca$ablanca entitled Chopsticks x Bullsh!t and it features more dope bars from accomplices Killa Kali and Nowaah The Flood. This song is quite ill, and I wish I could knock this in the whip this morning! This beat by CapChino is fantastic. I love the sound crafted here as it knocks as hard as you would expect with sixteens from the aforementioned artists.
What I am really loving is the work ethic, coupled with the talent. Ca$ablanca is on a tear!
Shabaam Sahdeeq drops another video single from his album, Timeless: of the collection. This time the subject is the art of graffiti and who better to share the mic duties on a track such as this, than El Da Sensei? The two flip lines discussing their love for the art form over a high energy production from Jake Palumbo (who has been killing it lately).
Of note: Sahdeeq directed the video himself.
Rome Streetz and producer Farma Beats unleash the video single for Wickedest Ting featuring Daniel Son. This is just one of many bangers to be found on their recently released project, Street Farmacy.
The project is about 40 minutes long and is that uncut dope throughout. If you felt this cut, you will undoubtedly feel this album.
I really don’t want people to miss out on Crew54’s new project, Slap Rapz 2. I just listened to this whole project from start to finish earlier today, and it’s dope throughout. Trust me…you don’t want to miss this one. I am featuring the track, Stare, because I am really loving the funk and soul elements this track provides along with the skillful boom bap.
I swear when I posted this song as a single yesterday, I had no idea that had a video on tap. Saipher Soze and Finn release the visuals for arguably the best track on an amazing project, Kannibul Rising.