Haddy Racks is back with the second installment of his visual mixtape series, #Mixtagram v.2 No Cuffin Season. Comprised of seven one-minute visuals of Racks’ freestyles over classics from the likes of 50 Cent, Nas, Jadakiss, Tupac and Cam’ron, the project debuted on the Bronx songwriter’s IG account and all the clips can be seen below.
02:1 – Why (Jadakiss “Why”)
02:2 – Say a Prayer (Nas “Stillmatic”)
02:3 – Power (50 Cent “Position of Power”)
02:4 – Bro (Cam’ron “Losin Weight Pt 2”)
02:5 – Forever (Jhene Aiko “The Worst”)
02:6 – Brenda’s Revenge (Tupac “Brenda’s Got a Baby”)
02:7 – How to Rob 2016 (50 Cent “How to Rob”)
Haddy Racks presents “Streets No More” featuring Pyro, produced by powerhouse duo Buda & Grandz from the Bronx lyricist’s upcoming “Resumé” album. As many of the songs on the album succeed in doing, “Streets No More” brings to life a hustler’s range of intensity, hunger and raw emotion that lies beneath a cool exterior. Available June 10 on all digital outlets, “Resumé” is currently up for pre-order on iTunes along with the recent singles “Where The Bronx At”, “New York Gritty” and “Resumé” featuring Dave East all available right now here: http://smarturl.it/haddyracks
Haddy Racks reps BX and beyond with his passionate re-imagining of DMX’s classic “Slipp’n” in this heartfelt visual directed by Pablo S of Xpensive Glass. Racks enlists his own daughter and son as co-stars as he speaks on the inner turmoil of a young father and aspiring star. This song appears on Haddy’s “Rackateering” mixtape hosted by DJ Kay Slay, which is out now.
Maschine Masters and Producers Gear recently teamed with Bronx lyricist Haddy Racks and production duo Buda and Grandz as they created “The Ghetto Gospel”, complete with a behind-the-scenes visual showing how the track came together. This song appears on Maschine Masters’ “On The Spot Sessions Volume 1” mixtape, which unites a variety of talented producers and artists. Check things out below.
With his Dave East collab effort “Resumé” and the DJ Kay Slay endorsed “Rackateering” mixtape, Bronx emcee Haddy Racks body bags G-Unit’s “G’d Up” instrumental, which is found on the aforementioned project. Just another hard body release to add to Racks’ arsenal. Peep it out down low.
Haddy Racks and Dave East pay homage to the classic film Juice in the dramatic Jus Frank-directed visual for “Resumé”. Produced by Buda and Grandz, “Resumé” is the title track from Haddy Racks‘ upcoming album, which was recorded in the legendary DITC Studios.
A week after their “Lyrical Slaughter” collab featuring 1 Shot Dealz, Haddy Racks and Dave East team up again to give the streets a formidable chin-check with “Resumé”, the stormy Buda and Grandz-produced title track from Haddy Racks’ upcoming official album.
Haddy Racks joins forces with Dave East and 1 Shot Dealz for a blazing freestyle cypher they are clabeling, “Lyrical Slaughter”. Stay tuned for Haddy Racks and Dave East single “Resumé”, from Haddy Racks‘ upcoming “Resumé” album.
Bronx native Haddy Racks unveils his brand new DJ Kay Slay hosted mixtape, “Rackateering”, featuring appearances from Ran Christian and Melo. This project includes powerful freestyles along with original tracks produced by Buda and Grandz, Chopz165 and Da MVPz, and additional arrangement by Queensbridge vet Littles on “Live My Life”.