HHTT Productions Vol.III (Mainsouth Music)

lex coneyrev coneyWorcester, you already know.

HHTT Productions: Say No to Drugs ‘93 shit

T and revHHTT reflects about Murray Ave in the early 90’s, Lex tells the classic tale of hoop dreams and drug dealers.

HHTT Productions

Glow worms stuffed full of coke/ Trapper keeper full of cash/ GT Chrome Spokes/ Dope. -AvThe movement continues! HHTT Productions is in full effect and T.O.D. has just signed on, is Da Leg back?? Yes and No, Most of you know me as Brother Menelik but I also go by my MC name Av. Over the last couple of months my brothers at HHTT have been pushing me to pursue music harder, so I got up with my old partner T and started writing. When you a true MC you never drop the pen so it wasn’t hard, Hip Hop has never left me and I never left her. The last couple years a lot has changed, I found the purpose of why I want to do this shit, I thought I did in the past but now I truly know. I want kids to sell drugs, get gold chains and watch Ducktales! Growing up, these are the things I idolized because they were relevant, I would race home through mainsouth past the dealers hoping to catch the last 10 minutes of M.A.S.K. If that doesn’t make sense I really don’t give a fuck, this is for my city, this is for my niggas still on the block and this is for my niggas who love books like the Watchmen and love shows like Alf, this is for ya’ll. Peep the session in preparation for the June 20th Show, HHTT gets up at Worcester public library and do the damn thing.  This is only the beginning, should’ve killed us when you had the chance.

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June 20th HHTT gonna show you how to cook dope.

Danger – Blahzay Blahzay

PF Cuttin cutting up ODB, Q-tip & Jeru da Damaja for the chorus, Out Loud with that rugged ass voice, plus sampling one of my personal all-time favorite forgotten soul tracks (Gwen McCrae’s Rockin Chair) it’s a no brainer, Blahzay Blahzay’s Danger is vintage New York rap at it’s finest.  Coming fully equipped with Philly Blunts, razors under the tongue, timberland boots and even a few cameos, The video for Danger serves as a time-capsule to 1995 Brooklyn.