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Shady Records very own Boogie linked up with Sway to talk about his upcoming album and a whole lot more. On top of that he spits Over Kendrick Lamar’s “Sing About Me” to close it out properly. Check it out above and keep it locked in for the album on the way on the 25th. Enjoy!

Saweetie, the “ICY GIRL,” is officially On the Come Up. In her new interview with HNHH, she talks about her penchant for old school hip-hop, her roots, and an upcoming album that will feature Gunna and 2 Chainz. Check it out up top!


Slidin’ Thru: Keem Isaiah

Keem Isaiah is here to make 2019 his bitch, which is exactly why his climb to success has been so fluent. With a vision to be “one of the best artists in the world” and an even greater work ethic to match, the 22-year-old knows exactly what he needs to do to get there. Read more…

SOB X RBE debate their favorite Keak Da Sneak song, the importance of Tupac to their growth and the comfort level they have with other people going through their phones. They get a little more heated when it comes to superpowers and if it’s worth being a villain. Peep it up top and enjoy!


Slidin’ Thru: Key Glock

“Yea!!” by Key Glock might be one of my favorite songs to turn up to all year. Hailing from Memphis and building a core fan base of his own, the “Since 6Ix” rapper brings authenticity, rawness, and unmatched energy any time he hops on the mic. Signed to Young Dolph’s Paper Route Empire, real name Markeyvius Cathey is all about his money, no matter how or which way it comes. Read more…


THEY. Rate Guitar Rap Songs & More

HNHH asked THEY., aka Drew Love & Dante, to share their opinions on a few r’n’b or rap songs that incorporate the guitar — it’s an element they work with and incorporate into their music frequently. Check it out above and enjoy!


Slidin’ Thru: Naomi August

Naomi August is here to carve her own lane in the industry, both sonically and professionally. Aside from the fact that she produces and makes beats herself, the singer-songwriter proves you don’t have to chase a trend or be someone you’re not to be seen or heard, and that talents alone suffice. Read more…

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