Artist Spotlight: Hood Hefna Takes Over Underground Noize Radio With Ms. Drama [Full Show]

19
Jul

 

Ms. Drama puts Brooklyn’s own, Hood Hefna in the hot seat to talk about his music, his mixtape, Simple Game, and why he feels he’s the youngest threat in the hip-hop movement.

Another drama queen exclusive you don’t want to miss! 

Check out the full show below and the exclusive music cuts:

00:00 Ms Drama Intro
01:53 Count Me In – Hood Hefna
05:03 Time To Get Paid – Hood Hefna
07:26 Ms Drama and Hood Hefna (Part 1)
14:14 Celebration – Hood Hefna (ft. Curtains)
17:21 Brooklyn Shit – Hood Hefna (fr. Brill)
20:12 Ms Drama and Hood Hefna (Part 2)
33:15 Flippin Paper – Hood Hefna (Prod. Big Krit)
35:51 Far Away – Hood Hefna and Chip Gnarly
39:31 Ms Drama and Hood Hefna (Part 3)
54:54 Finish

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HOOD HEFNA is, and has always been, destined to carry Brooklyn’s Hip Hop torch. Born in Crown Heights on January 11, 1990 but raised in Flatbush, Kevin Paul is truly from “The heart of Brooklyn”. He was raised in a single-parent West Indian household with his Trinidadian mother and 6 other children. His childhood happened on the same streets as the older “Biggie” generation of the mid-90s, so it was inevitable that HOOD HEFNA would be influenced by the Hip Hop legend. But he was also influenced by other top artists of that generation, including 2Pac, Nas, Cam’ron, and Styles P of The LOX.
As early as 10 years old, HEF knew he would pursue a career in music and entertainment. In 5th grade, he was taught in music class alongside childhood friend Julito Mccullum (HBO’s “The Wire”), who stars in HEF’s video for his single “Time To Get Paid” off his Mixtape “Simple Game” Vol. 3. In 2003, HEF started recording for the first time with close friend King Bam, and soon after started a rap group with his friend Jamari (son of respected Queens MC E-Money Bags). But it was when he entered Coney Island’s infamous Lincoln High School that he made a name for himself and his music through his battles and street ciphers. But HEF would lose that momentum — getting caught up with gangs and graffiti — and would lose his focus on his true passion, music. That was shortlived, however, and he got back on the right path and transferred to Downtown Brooklyn’s Pacific High School. There, HEF was able to refine his skills — whether it was a battle, talent show, or the lunchroom, HEF would always perform and entertain at a high level. In 2009, HEF hooked up with Brooklyn Hip Hop manager Gully (Cinematic Music Group) through their mutual friend Justo, and they immediately began working on HOOD HEFNA’s first 3 projects: “Diamond In Da Ruff”, “Almost Famous” and “Simple Game”. Since then he has opened up for The Smokers Club Tour with Big K.R.I.T., Currensy, Smoke Dza and Method Man. His record “Brooklyn Shit” got spins on New York’s Hot 97 radio station. HEF’s music and videos have also been featured on numerous hip hop sites and music blogs.

HOOD HEFNA’s music has the ability to command the streets and the radio airwaves. With a combination of his lyrical prowess and charismatic delivery, HEF is one hit away from being the name every Hip Hop fan is talking about. And HEF’s support movement is strong and powerful, with the backing of his Cinematic family and his whole borough. “The Youngest Threat” is here and ready for a Brooklyn Takeover!

Support Hood Hefna by subscribing to his youtube channel: HoodHefnaMusic and follow on twitter @HoodHefna. Download Vol.1 “Diamond In Da Ruff”, Vol.2 “Almost Famous” and Vol.3 “Simple Game”.

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