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HHS 2010 Year In Review
21 January, 2011 7:03 am

You didn’t think we forgot about this, did you? Our final Best and Worst List from the HHS 2010 Year In Review. Behold, the Top 10 Bitch Moves Of The Year…. 10. Mos Def Tracks Deleted From Ski Beatz’s “24 Hour Karate School” – We guess Mos Def is another artist not really down with [cont.]

16 January, 2011 9:04 pm

This list does not represent every 2011 release, just a handful of some of the biggest releases that will drop this year, in no particular order. We’d say that 1/3 of these releases probably won’t drop in 2011, and some may never come out at all. But here is what has been announced….. 1. Dr. [cont.]

10 January, 2011 8:47 pm

While hip-hop itself has come from sampled origins of funk, soul, R&B, rock, and pop, as it matures, it finds itself invading other genres of music as well. Here are our picks for 2010′s 10 Best Cross-Genre LP’s of the year. Like our other lists, these are ranked in terms of quality, not sales numbers…. [cont.]

31 December, 2010 3:46 pm

All in all, a great year for hip-hop, with plenty of quality albums for each the indie, mixtape, and cross-genre releases – here were our 10 favorite major label hip-hop releases. In a word, Def Jam killed it this year…. Cross-genre list coming next….. 10. B.O.B. – “The Adventures Of Bobby Ray” – Atlantic / [cont.]

27 December, 2010 10:08 am

With so much music coming out on a daily basis, it’s hard to keep up with everything your favorite artists are doing. Copping their albums isn’t enough anymore, as rappers are tweeting out exclusive singles and remixes on a regular basis. This list represents the 25 hottest cuts you might have missed; the songs that [cont.]

24 December, 2010 7:40 am

If you like these artists, it’s important that you support them by BUYING their releases. The digital age has not hit anyone harder than the indie acts, so if you like music like this and want to see it continue, then vote with your dollar. There were a ton of great LP’s and it was [cont.]

17 December, 2010 11:21 pm

DJ Pizzo is the music director for XS and Tryst Las Vegas. Along with HHS co-founder, Warren Peace, we rock the crowd every weekend. Here’s what our go to tracks were in 2010. This doesn’t include the house bangers (well, maybe one or two)….. 10. Drake – “Fancy” (feat. T.I. & Swizz Beatz) – Step [cont.]

15 December, 2010 9:21 am

10. California Swag District – “Teach Me How To Dougie” – We will never, ever understand the appeal of this song. Somehow, it manages to still rock the party, despite being void of any energy whatsoever. Back it up and dump it. 9. The Game – “400 Bars” – Damn, Game killed Jay Electronica’s “Exhibit [cont.]

13 December, 2010 11:06 am

With so many artists bypassing the traditional major label system this year, we pick our favorite and most influential mixtapes of the 2010. Many great tapes hit this year, so it was hard to narrow it down to just 25, but here’s the cream of the crop. 25. LRG Presents The Kid Daytona – “The [cont.]

8 December, 2010 11:03 am

The 10 Best Album Covers Of 2010 We pick our favorite COVERS of 2010. These are not our favorite albums of the year. That list is coming later. 10. Lil’ Jon – “Crunk Rock” – Jon had an amazing year as the ultimate club hype man, despite the fact that Crunk Rock was essentially a [cont.]

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