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Hassan Haze releases album, "9 The UnderDog God"
Haze's third independent album has drawn controversy with its album cover depicting him as a Kemetic prophet. Christian groups have called it demonic and says the cover should be changed. The album is streaming worldwide.
By: Hood News
Can the LA rap scene recover from its losses and produce more chart topping artist?
A simple answer is Yes.
One artist can't replace the other but the torch can be carried where the last left it. Enter Hassan Haze, an LA native with years of street and artistic experience that spans the last 20 years. He has been immortalized on Crenshaw and Slauson, produced a few documentaries, a few albums and has a mural on US Bank, opposite Nipsey Hussle and a few other community leaders. The road taken by Haze has been the opposite of his contemporaries. While LA artist are known to have affiliations to gangs, Haze has been uplifting his community with positivity and consciousness. His group, "The Army Of Thinkers" has influenced many, and reformed many who was attracted to the life of crime.
Hassan Haze (EPK) The UnderDog is Rest Until Success Hits
Where ever you play "9 The UnderDog God" you can hear what LA sounds like. With hard core G funk production credited to Bruce 'Big Sono' Parker, Haze manages to float his paint brush into a master piece. Each song connects to the other and the overall album is sonically considered "WestCoast Boom Bap".
Hassan Haze is looking to help usher in the conscious back into Hip-Hop. He album "9 The UnderDog God" is streaming every worldwide.
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