Here’s a video single off of Saipher Soze’s most recent product, Kanibull Rising. Opera House Too, just like the rest of the album features production from Finn, and unleashes a relentless head-nodded. If you couple that with strong verses from Soze and Daniel Son, you know you have a platinum product, right?
This album is strong so you need to check that unequivocally.
Some serious flames on this new single from Vinnie Paz off of his album, The Pain Collector, which is due out on September 28th. Paz just seems to be getting stronger as the years go on. I mean, he is stringing some serious bars together on this track particularly on that initial sixteen! Enjoy!
Rasheed Chappell is back and reintroducing himself and narrating street tales in the freshest of fashions over this Kenny Dope production. It’s really good to hear him bless the mic again, as it has been too long in coming, and this beat is the perfect type of hype!
This is the first release from his new EP, First Brick.
Supreme Cerebral unleashes an abbreviated video for the Pete Twist produced cut, Clean Shot. This song is filthy and can be found on his just released album, Kings Throne 2. I am about ready to pick that up myself.
Here’s one of the choice cuts from Ty Farris’ recent project, No Cosign Just Cocaine 2. I like this project even more than the first installment. A track like this can just be considered cold-blooded. Stu Bangas is on the production.
Enjoy, and as always, if you are feeling the joint, make sure you cop!
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.
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.