Saturday, July 22, 2017
Maplewood, N.J. native SZA took three years to record and release her debut album 'Ctrl,' but now that the project is out, it feels like she never left. The first singer to sign with TDE, SZA rose to fame off the strength of her mixtapes 'See.SZA.Run,' 'S,' and 'Z.' She linked up with Genius' own Rob Markman at GallopNYC in Brooklyn to chat about working with Rihanna, loving animals, and coming up with her stage name.
HNHH caught up with Adrian Marcel for a raw, acoustic performance of "Blind." The Oakland, California resident channeled his inner busker, taking to a Subway station to deliver a powerful performance of one of his most poppin' singles. It's always nice to see rappers take the acoustic route, stripping away the studio trappings and going in over a single instrument.
Friday, July 21, 2017
Veteran group After 7 is back with video for 'Too Late', from their new album Timeless.
Swedish electronic music band Little Dragon offers a unique side of South African life in visual for 'Strobe Light'.
Thursday, July 20, 2017
A remake of Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam's 1986 hit, Allure's 1997 version of "All Cried Out" (from their eponymous debut album) became the group’s biggest hit, outperforming the original on the Billboard Hot 100, and peaking at No. 4.
Listen to songs from Jamaica's Troyton Music album True Emotions Riddim, including "Keep Moving", "Conception", "Hustle", and many more by reggae artists that include Mavadp, Beres Hamond, Chris Martin and others.
Lloyd and Rick Ross team up and appreciate the ladies in new video for 'Heavenly Bodies'.