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YRS Jerzy’s Wednesday Throwback: Mary J. Blige ft. Brook Lynn – “Enough Cryin'”

By YRS Jerzy Staff Writer When Mary J. Blige returned with The Breakthrough, in 2005, she was following up a lackluster album. With her new album, Mary J. wanted to prove she was still a major force. She did it by releasing good music, delivering "Be Without You" as the lead single. Mary

“The Counselor” is the hottest show you haven’t heard about… GET FAMILIAR

By YRS Jerzy Staff Writer Changes in technology have made it where good TV doesn't even have to be on TV. These changes have even created stars out of people who are nowhere near the industry. Since these changes have occurred, several online shows have garnered success. However, this new series, "The

HHV Video of the Week: Nipsey Hussle – “Hussle and Motivate”

By YRS Jerzy Staff Writer A week ago, Nipsey Hussle officially released Victory Lap, his long-awaited debut album. Twelve years deep, in the game, Nipsey Hussle has done well without an album release. Partnering with Atlantic for this album, it is easily his biggest release. Along with dropping the album, Nipsey Hussle came

6ix9ine’s debut, #Day69 is legit dope AF, according to Twitter; Fans say the album is f*cking fire and 6ix9ine killed it

By Chox-Mak Staff Writer How he came into the game is controversial, but 6ix9ine is here, nonetheless. The rapper has helped keep New York City in the hip hop spotlight, so many appreciate him for that. But, his run has been highly controversial, to say the least. When he was in Los

DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry have given Raptors’ fans a glimpse of what it would have been like if Vince Carter and Tracy McGrady stayed together

By Jay Rich HHV Sports Senior Staff Writer Last season, and the year before, the Toronto Raptors, and their fans, were afraid they'd lose Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan. Respectively, the players were playing contract seasons out. Due to history, it looked like the Raptors would lose out. Early in Toronto Raptors' history,

YRS Jerzy’s Wednesday Throwback (Death Row Chronicles Edition): Tha Dogg Pound ft. Michel’le – “Let’s Play House” #DRChronicles

By YRS Jerzy Staff Writer Longtime HHV followers should know that sometimes we do things off schedule. Today, a lot of people were probably wondering what was up with the Wednesday Throwback. Because of BET doing a special on the legendary Death Row Records, we decided to hold off. Last night was

Trick Daddy is the king of Miami and he’s coming back for his throne to add to his legacy

By Chox-Mak Staff Writer When it comes to hip hop, in the 1990s and 2000s, Trick Daddy is a name that comes to mind. While he wasn't the first Miami rapper to emerge, he is the person people think of, when it comes to Miami rap. A lot has changed and

YRS Jerzy’s Wednesday Throwback (#ValentinesDay Edition): Case – “Happily Ever After” (Starring Beyonce`)

By YRS Jerzy Staff Writer In the mid-1990s, Case made his debut, and immediately became a dominant R&B force. Guys like him helped Def Jam build Def Soul, as they had so many R&B singers. None of them were like Case, though, as he had his way with the game. After working

HHV Video of the Week: BlocBoy JB and Drake – “Look Alive”

By YRS Jerzy Staff Writer It feels good to see Drake, he went on a hibernation, but now he's looking to take the game back. Since Drake has fallen back, DJ Khaled has taken the game over. There is a lot that's happened, but Drake is picking up, right where he