He calls it a “visual mixtape” but Haddy Racks calls this one #Mixtagram v.2 No Cuffin Season. This project has him rhyming over songs made famous by 2Pac, Cam’rom, Nas, Jadakiss and many others so if you’d like to check it out, go to Haddy’s official Instagram account or head to AudioMack for an audio download.
If you’ve been getting into the music of Haddy Racks in the last few months as I have, this may come as a surprise. Electro/dubstep producer Lasercode hails from Germany and he decided to submit his remix of Haddy’s “Take You Home” for the “Rep Your City” remix contest sponsored by iStandard Producers and he obtained the top prize. While you’ll find the original version on the Resumé album (available below via Amazon.com), you can hear the remix in full right here.
Shise Fofe has a street album coming out very soon called Traffikka and it features a song uniting him with Haddy Racks and Ron G. It’s called “Goonies” which highlights the term (or perhaps goes back to an original definition for it) as they do a bit of protesting in New York.
Resumé is not only something Haddy Racks can present to all potential employers, it is the name of his brand new album, and it’s his first. From it is a nice cut and if you’ve been paying attention to the songs I’ve been posting from him in the last few months, you are sure to appreciate this one too so have a listen to “Take You Home”, which also features Evie Blanco and was produced by AListFame.
About three months ago, Haddy Racks posted a new track called “Slipp’n” and it got enough of a response that he turned it into a video. Get down in the gutter with Haddy and groove to this tentative classic.
The new street album by Haddy Racks I’ve been talking about in the last few weeks? It is here. Done with DJ Kay Slay as host, you can check out Rackasteering by pressing the play button below, go and do it. Go ahead. The mix tape features a mess of people involved: Buda and Grandz, Chopz165 and Da MVPz, Littles and others.
It is excitement at best and what better way to please it than with a new track from the Haddy Racks mixtape he did with DJ Kay Slay called Rackateering, due out on January 27th. For this one, he “re-imagines” a song by Dimix (some of you may also know him as DMX) called “Slipp’n”. Don’t hesitate or contemplate, LISTEN TO THIS!!!
A little over a week ago, I shared with you a song by Haddy Racks called “New York Gritty” and if you went out of your way to have a listen, perhaps you had wondered if this would be turned into a video. Wonder no more. Jus.Frank directed this as a way to promote Haddy’s forthcoming street album he did with DJ Kay Slay due out on January 27th, Rackateering. The song was produced by Chopz165.