Hopsin’s new album Knock Madness is officially out tomorrow but he releases the LP for a full stream on Youtube. Take a listen below and feel free to purchase the album on iTunes.
Hopsin is due to his release his album Knock Madness on November 26th but before that he lets us know where his current state of mind is with this track “Have You Seen Me”. Take a listen below.
Hopsin reminds the fans what he’s about with this fiery new track “Hop Is Back”. Video directed by Hopsin and George Orozco.
Hopsin comes through with the 6th track in his “Ill Mind Of Hopsin” series. His new project Knock Madness is due out on November 26th.
If you want to find out more about Hopsin check out our exclusive interview we did with him last year.
Hopsin visits BET’s the Backroom for a quick freestyle.
California rapper Hopsin gets the Nardwuar treatment. Hopsin speaks on being a fan of Eminem and Royce Da 5’9″ and receives an original Bad Meets Evil record.
Hopsin stopped by his local Power 106 and freestyled over Dr. Dre’s classic “Deep Cover.” The freestyle is appearing on the LA Leakers’ The 2013 Draft Picks mixtape dropping very soon.
Bay Area’s TeamBackPack was honored to have Hopsin, Jarren Benton, Dizzy Wright, and SwizZz get the cypher poppin’ in the laundry room of a hotel during the FV2012 Tour.
The lyrical stability between everyone’s freestyle is impeccable. Make sure you check out this cypher.
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Hopsin invited Hardknock TV into his home and spoke about taking a huge risk on “Ill Mind Of Hopsin 5.” The risk obviously paid off in a big way. The video currently has over 12 million views on YouTube.
Afterwards, Hopsin talked about his admiration for Eminem and how he motivated him to start rapping.
TRU? As you may already know, Hopsin isn’t one to hold his tongue. He recently expressed his views on Lil Wayne’s skateboarding. “Wayne, skateboarders don’t like you. I’m telling you that right now,” he said.
Afterwards, he spoke about the state of hip-hop and all the uniformity in it. Hopsin said, “[Rappers] talk about girls, they talk about things that don’t really matter, and they brainwash everybody into thinking this is what life is all about.”