This is the brand new video for Hopsin All Your Fault which has been uploaded to the official HopsinTV YouTube Page.
The song is generally considered as fitting in the same level of brilliance as his Ill Mind series, which was one of the catalysts to Hopsin’s career on a mainstream level. Hopsin All Your Fault is the latest offering and takes shots at SwizZz, who was a former label mate at Funk Volume. There’s no news on a new official project at the moment but we’re all ears ready to share the news when there is. Also, Hopsin is currently on a European Tour which included a stop at Manchester last night!
“Listen little nigga, we ain’t in the same shoes /
You ain’t built a name or even paid dues.
Dammit, I’m ashamed of what it came to /
And if you had have ever reached my level of fame guaranteed Dame would have played you.
He’s in the wrong, don’t give me hate for it /
You know him better than me, y’all always had a broken relationship”
DOWNLOAD | Ill Mind of Hopsin 8 – Single – Hopsin
Since it’s announcement, fans of Hopsin and Hip-Hop in general have been looking forward to the latest installment in the series, Ill Mind 8. Hopsin has built a career and part of that is owed to the excellent Ill Mind series which have become of the most highly anticipated and talked about features in recent times. Ill Mind 8 has been uploaded to Hopsin’s official YouTube channel and will quickly reach the numbers that it’s predecessors did. With Hopsin leaving the upcoming Funk Volume label, that ugly situation is the topic for the new track, and in true Hopsin fashion there are no holds barred and no punches pulled throughout the track.
It’s supposed to be Funk Volume isn’t it?
Thought it was music, above all the business /
But you just said fuck all you niggas,
You tarnished the brand /
And you started a Funk Volume Fitness?
Come on now really think /
Got us portraying something we really ain’t.
Judge for yourself, is it better than Ill Mind 5/6/7? You can listen to Hopsin – Ill Mind 8 on the YouTube player below.
DOWNLOAD | Fly – Single – Hopsin
The whole Hip-Hop world knows when a new Hopsin song is out. The same has gone for the latest video “FLY” which was uploaded to Hopsin’s YouTube page yesterday, and is quickly approaching half a million views. In typical Hopsin fashion, conscious lyrics and an excellent beat choice match a visually spectacular video which rivals some of his recent work. Please support Hopsin by downloading the single “FLY” from the iTunes link above, and you can also watch Hopsin – FLY on the YouTube player below.
DOWNLOAD | Hopsin – Knock Madness
It was unfortunate that Hopsin had his UK tour cancelled this year, but news of a reschedule later in 2014 is on the cards and full details are coming soon. Following the release of the excellent album “Knock Madness”, Hopsin returns to screens with the video for the single “I Need Help”. The horror-based video compliments the double time rapping from Hopsin which a trait of the actor-turned-rapper. Fans can download Hopsin’s “Knock Madness” from the link listed above, and you can also watch Hopsin – I Need Help on the YouTube player below.
As HHKMag previously reported, Hopsin will be releasing his latest album “Knock Madness” on 26th November 2013, and we finally have the official artwork and tracklisting for the project. I already posted two leaks from Knock Madness (Hop is Back and Rip Your Heart Out ft Tech N9ne) which you can listen to on the links listed above. The eighteen-track album also features Jarren Benton, Dizzy Wright, SwizZz, Passionate MC and Mo Skee. Fans can pre-order Knock Madness using the link listed above, however you can also view the official artwork and tracklisting here.
1. The Fiends Are Knocking
2. Hop Is Back
3. Who’s There (ft. Jarren Benton & Dizzy Wright)
4. Tears to Snow
5. Rip Your Heart Out (ft. Tech N9ne)
6. Nollie Tre Flip
7. Gimme That Money
8. I Need Help
9. Hip-Hop Sinister
10. Good Guys Get Left Behind
11. Bad Manners Freestyle
12. Old Friend
13. Still Got Love For You
14. Jungle Bash (ft. SwizZz)
15. Lunch Time Cypher (ft. Passionate MC & G-Mo Skee)
16. Dream Forever
17. What’s My Purpose
18. Caught In The Rain
Previous | Hopsin – Hop Is Back
As HHKMag previously announced, Hopsin is set to release his forthcoming album “Knock Madness”, and I have a leaked track from the album titled “Rip Your Heart Out”. Hopsin switches to a quick flow which is perfectly complimented with the guest feature of Tech N9ne who contributes enourmously to the single. Look out for plenty of other promotion ahead of the album, and fans can also pre-order Knock Madness from the link listed above. You can listen to Hopsin ft Tech N9ne – Rip Your Heart Out on the YouTube player below.
Previous | Hopsin – Ill Mind of Hopsin #6
Related | “The Making of Knock Madness”
This is the brand new video from Hopsin titled “Hop Is Back”. Fans are eagerly awaiting the release of the forthcoming album “Knock Madness” which will be available from 26th November 2013 through his own label “Funk Volume”. Credits go to George Orozco, Moses Isreal and Kevin Tonkin for the video which was co-directed by Hopsin himself. Look out for plenty of more promotion ahead of “Knock Madness” however you can watch Hopsin – Hop Is Back on the YouTube player below.
Download Link | http://bit.ly/LsIVVH
I won’t say much on this because I simply don’t need to. A massively underated artist who goes by the name of Hopsin has finally released “Ill Mind of Hopsin #5” which has taken the Internet by storm. Matching up to the hype (after the teaser and official promo was released on youtube), Hopsin is approaching ONE MILLION views in 24 hours. You can watch Hopsin – Ill Mind of Hopsin #5 on the youtube player below.
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About Hopsin from Wikipedia.
Marcus Hopson, better known by his stage name Hopsin, is an American rapper/music video director/Hip-Hop producer from Panorama City, Los Angeles, California. He is most notable for his music videos which have gained him popularity on YouTube.
He was signed to Eazy E’s record label Ruth1less Records in 2007, and has since founded his own record label Funk Volume. Immediately after signing, he received multiple notable acclamations in Hip-Hop magazines and Internet publications, and was described as the new face of West Coast Hip-Hop in many instances. After making a guest appearance in the film Fame starring Kelsey Grammer, Hopsin’s notoriety gained him a starring role in the independent musical film entitled Bomb The World in which he plays a rapper by the name of Face. These were his first major acting appearances since he played a minor role in an episode of That’s so Raven in 2002.
Hopsin was also an extra in the movie “Max Keeble’s Big Move”. His debut album Gazing At The Moonlight was released October 26, 2009.
His second album Raw was released as a digital download on iTunes and as physical CD on his label’s website on November 19, 2010. In early 2011, his notoriety earned him a feature with multi-platinum recording artist B.o.B and world renowned independent rapper Tech N9ne’s latest album All 6’s and 7’s. On July 18, he released the fourth version of his widely popular one-off music videos entitled Ill Mind of Hopsin 4.