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DeeJay Crank – 28/10/16 The Platform: HiPNOTT Spotlight [Mix]

November 4, 2016 by


This past week on The Platform (HiPNOTT Records’ premiere radio program hosted by DeeJay Crank), we were treated to a 60 minute segment highlighting some of HiPNOTT’s best tracks to have dropped this year. During this hour long mix, DeeJay Crank spun tracks from Substantial, The Regiment, 2 Hungry Bros., MarQ Spekt, The Other Guys, LiKWUiD, Greenspan, P.SO and more. Check below for the full tracklist. You can catch DeeJay Crank on The […]

The Other Guys & Tanya Morgan – Friends Old & New [Video]

August 7, 2016 by


he Other Guys give us some dope visuals to their latest single “Friends Old & New” featuring Tanya Morgan.  Filmed last month in NYC, Tanya Morgan’s Von Pea and Donwill play out their verses as a few familiar faces drop by to show their support; HiPNOTT’s own P.SO the EarthTone King, Deep of 2 Hungry Bros, and Rob Cave of Lessondary.

The Other Guys – Friends Old & New ft. Tanya Morgan [Song]

July 29, 2016 by


Fans of The Other Guys are no strangers to their collaborations with Brooklynati duo Tanya Morgan.  Going back to their 2014 summer anthem “Blow My Mind”, to their success with Von Pea on To:You and his assistance on tracks from After The 9 To 5; an album from The Other Guys wouldn’t be the same without Von and Donwill on a track. On the single, “Friends Old & […]

The Other Guys – Realer Than Most ft. Skyzoo [Song]

July 9, 2016 by


The Other Guys recently travelled up to Brooklyn, NY to shoot a video with BK’s own Skyzoo for the next single off The OG’s forthcoming album, Life In Analog.  While we wait for the video to be edited, here’s the audio to “Realer Than Most”.  Life In Analogwill be available worldwide on July 22nd and can be preordered on Compact Disc and Mp3.  Preorders will receive […]

The Other Guys – Renovations (Breaking Down the Breaks Episode 2) [Video]

December 22, 2015 by


In promotion for their latest instrumental album, After The 9 To 5, DMV production duo The Other Guysgive us episode 2 their new video series “Breaking Down The Breaks”. For this video, Joe and Isaiah break down the production process of the Von Pea assisted track “Renovations”. “Renovations” can be heard on the new album, After The 9 To 5, available now […]

The Other Guys – Far Away ft. yU [Song]

November 14, 2015 by


DMV production duo The Other Guys release their next single, “Far Away”, off their latest project After The 9 To 5. The single, which features yU (Diamond District, The 1978ers), is currently #8 on UGGH’s Top 40. The Other Guys performed last month on the HiPNOTT Records showcase at the A3C Hip Hop Festival in Atlanta, GA. You can catch a clip of them doing “P.G. Lights” off their 2014 album Seeds of […]

Substantial & The Other Guys – Black of All Trades (Time Cards Mash Up) [Song]

October 23, 2015 by


Substantial lays the vocals of his track “Black of All Trades” over the the instrumental “Time Cards” from The Other Guys for a mash up that works so well, you would think it was done on purpose! Substantial’s Always EP is out now, as well as The Other Guys’ After The 9 To 5.

The Other Guys – After The 9 To 5 [Album]

October 13, 2015 by


After producing projects this past year for Substantial and Von Pea (of Tanya Morgan), DMV production duo The Other Guys are back with an album of their own. Following up last year’s Seeds of Ambition, Joe and Isaiah present their new instrumental album, After The 9 To 5. Chock full of soulful, head nodding hip hop production, The Other Guys let their music do the talking this […]

HiPNOTT – Grilling N Rhymes [Mixtape]

July 26, 2015 by


Hosted by HiPNOTT’s own DJ Crank, this 40 minute mix features hot summer tunes from HiPNOTT artists Tanya Morgan, The Regiment, Substantial, The Other Guys, Spectac & Amiri, JSOUL, Sinitus Tempo, Carolina Dirty andGods’Illa.

Substantial & The Other Guys – No Turning Back [Video]

June 8, 2015 by


Substantial and The Other Guys give their next single, “No Turning Back”, the video treatment. Dedicated to his friend and former producer Nujabes, the song speaks to those who continue to live in the past while Substantial looks to move forward.