H. da Hawksmen “Well Worth the Weight: Quality Over Quantity”

H. da Hawksmen is bringing back that raw Queens rap!

H. started his music career at a very early age. He began writing raps at 9 years old and by age 14 had joined local rap group Chasing Hundreds MG.

After spending the next few years honing his craft and making music with CHMG, H. decided to pursue a solo career.

In 2014 H. da Hawksmen released his first solo single, “All Day”. It was very well-received by the public and is, to this present day, his most watched, streamed and downloaded single!

H.’s style, described as slick-talk reality rap, is influenced by his favorite emcees, Beanie Siegel, Styles P. and Nipsey Hussle. “My sound is rugged and raw, but it also tells a story and contains a message.”, he says.

This is evident on his 2016 mixtape release, “Black Boy Lost” which includes features from F-Eaze, Spank Dollaz, Yung Reno and Sky Williams. The first track, also titled “Black Boy Lost”, addresses issues such as gun violence and poverty.

H.’s eagerly anticipated release, “Well Worth the Weight: Quality Over Quantity” dropped in April of 2018. It is already making noise with the blazing lead single, “Prices Up & Down”.

Rappers beware, H. da Hawksmen is still on his shit firing on his competitors!

H.’s music is currently available for listening and download on all digital music platforms including iTunes and Spotify. Do yourself a favor and check it out!

Official link for “Prices Up and Down” visuals:


Instagram: @HdaHawksmen


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