Hype Holla and Banks do over nicki minaj and meek mill – buy a heart. cover
Excited to be back with new work. It’s only right I start with some young Rhode Island Kings. S/o to AraabMuzik, Ricky Ledo and Will Blackmon. Salute!
Hype Holla- Monster ( New England Patriots Edition ) on YouTube and Soundcloud.. Super Bowl 2015 Champions
Hype Holla brings to you Blameless Apology hosted by Araabmuzik and mixed by CR THE BEAST. This mixtape has great industry remixes as well as production from Araab Muzik and A-Eye. With a Feature from Wande the Boss
Let’s have fun with this one. New Music from Hype Holla going in over the Jeremih and YG don’t tell em instrumental. Enjoy!
Re-post from PROVIDENCE, RI (WPRI) –
Near opposites are harmonizing to help serve local hospital patients and the Providence man who made it happen is trying to solve a few more problems with his craft.
It just might be the last thing you’d expect to hear from a hospital training video.
He’s South Side rapper Hype Holla’ in studio. At Rhode Island Hospital, he’s operating room supervisor Devon Walker. The two worlds came together when he was asked to help create a training video for Lifespan.
“The message of the song is about patient safety and patient quality. And everything’s about the patient,” Walker tells us. “No matter if you’re anesthesia like I said or you’re a house keeper. It’s about everybody in the hospital being on the same page.”
His life growing up in the sometimes troubled South Side definitely impacts the rest of his music. While the training video is aimed at improving the hospital, he’s now working on songs about deadbeat dads.
“Some rap fans would rather hear you talking about guns and violence than for me to talk about how come you’re not taking care of your kids,” he says. “I can’t respect you as a man if you’re not taking care of your own kids.”
Walker and his friends also like to reach out to the kids that are already part of city street life that they survived years ago.
“I hear a lot of people say we have to bring peace to the community. But there’s no body talking to the kids who are actually shooting,” he says. “If you’re not actually talking to the kids that are out there living that life, it’s pointless. And that’s what we try to do through our music.”
If that seems like a sharp contrast with a hospital training video, Hype Holla and Devon Walker might agree.
“Rapping’s about expressing yourself through music and that’s what I did, and that’s what I do.”
I had a great time at the Jeffrey Osborne celebrity basketball game. Magic Johnson, Claudia Jordan, Ricky Ledo and many more. Check a few pics below
Hyp Holla & Claudia Jordan
Hype Holla & Jon Hope
Hype Holla & Dj Spin
Hype Holla & Demetrius