Napoleon Da Legend is a Paris-born, East African and Washington DC-raised, Brooklyn-based lyricist who evokes the bleak reality of the world today without losing hope for a better tomorrow.
Brooklyn’s Super Helpful Kwame returns from a multi year hiatus with a fresh jazzy sounding cut called ‘Tombstone‘ produced by Chicago based instrumentalist and producer Stav Z. The Brooklyn based MC has an upcoming EP dropping soon
NY hip-hop duo, Sonny Cheeba and Geechi Suede a/k/a Camp Lo, cut loose on this sticky sweet album packed with all new head-bobbin’ tracks! Throw ya Gunz is a ode to some dope hip hop borrowing "Onyx" Throw Ya Gunz hook with Ice Water tagging along for this banger.
This track discusses some of the social and economically issues many struggle with, and it may go unnoticed but encourages to not give up and that all your effort one day will "Rise" you up from the ground!!!
As a salute to Stoners who celebrate “420”, Macktown360 Records drops the “dope” bonus track, “Electric Episode”, off of the well-received, “New Industry” Playlist project by DJ Big Inf. “Electric Episode” also features Rapper Hakim Green from Channel Live, and is being released in honor of “420”, the widely-celebrated day of recognition for Cannabis.
Twenty-five years ago, M.O.P. asked “How About Some Hardcore?” They have been offering it ever since. Lil Fame and Billy Danze appear to have one of Rap’s strongest group bonds. The Brownsville, Brooklyn duo has remained intact through the independent grind, mainstream recognition surrounding 2000’s Warriorz, and fruitless tenures that followed, both at Roc-A-Fella and G-Unit Records, respectively.
UFO Fev is a rising new rapper out of Harlem, New York who’s been making a name for himself thanks to the success of last year’s Camouflage EP. Today, he makes his debut on HNHH with his first release of 2018 called “Wraith” featuring Miami’s Kent Jones & Fat Joe.
New York City is in a frenzy right now, let’s just keep it trill. Ever since Kendrick Lamardonned himself, “King of New York” in his scathing verse on, “Control System” it’s seemed like Hip-Hop’s birthplace has been in sort of an identity crisis...
Young M.A. has kept to her own in the past few months, with minimal content but quality when it comes time for the drops. Today she references AI’s infamous “practice” media interview on a new single with production from Buda da Future & Amadeus
This track has a raw/rugged and aggressive feel to it. Up and coming rapper Univ3rSoul One is from North Jersey 20 minutes away from NYC. This feels like it has that East Coast, NYC flare! that most of us remember NYC For...
Yo know traditionally this playlist highlights New York lyrical Elite. However i have been getting tons of requests of non-ny artist with superior bars. So im gonna start considering eyeing talent that embodies that NY sound although the artist mat not be from NYC.
Dave East Breaks down the plight of an immature middle- aged man living his second childhood."Peter Pan" which boast boom- bap production from Mr. Authentic.
Emcee and production team Forever M.C. & It’s Different are preparing the world for their forthcoming compilation album Forever M.C., and it’s stacked with the grittiest lyricists in the game. Earlier this month, the first single “Terminally Ill” debuted with Tech N9ne, Rittz, KXNG Crooked, and Chino XL spazzing over dope scratches courtesy of Statik Selektah. Today, Forever M.C. & It’s Different drop off their next big single “King Kong.”
Matthew Schultz, hailing from New York - USA. He's a multi-instrumentalist, producer, singer and performer who started out playing guitar in Chris Daughtry's first band. He's also diversified into acting, cast for a role n various films and television including Real Housewives of New Jersey.
Big Inf is back....This time with the help of Sonny Cheeba & Geechi Suede. The M.O.P affiliate blesses up with a banger off his Better Dayz Ahead album called "What We Want". This is pure Hip Hop for the connoisseur who truly embodies the culture.
Royce Da 5’9 and DJ Premier return with “Era” featuring Dave East, the lead single from the upcoming PRhyme 2 album.
Vast Aire of Cannibal Ox fame has returned with a new single, “Airebender,” which serves as the first single from upcoming collaborative project, Aireplane.For this one, he’s tapped the production genius of COSMIQ who crafted the Hip Hop vet’s Blade Of The Ronin LP in 2015.
Listeners who still love the vintage New York Hip Hop sound should appreciate this one. Your Old Droog connected with fellow traditionalist Conway for a new single titled “Cement 4’s.”
Big Inf returns today with a new single off his ‘New Industry: The Playlist’. Big Inf hails from the Fordham section of The Bronx and has created and maintained an exciting buzz for himself online.
Harlem (by way of Little Rock, AR) artist Rent Money wrote, recorded this record while sleeping on the A train at night. What could be more perfect on a playlist that reps New York???!?!?!?!