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A Conversation With Hunnit Andretti

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Hunnit Andretti’s deep voice pierces his fans who’ve grown accustomed to his thick-fisted style of muddy cups, big guns, and being aware of your surroundings in the streets. The rapper, out of Detroit, has the skill to take it to the next level. He’s taken the time to talk to 4ShoMag about his upbringing and what he has planned for the future in our exclusive interview.

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Who is Hunnit Andretti?

Hunnit Andretti is a producer, songwriter, and artist out of the Eastside of Detroit. 

How did you get into the rap scene?

Music was always a thing for me. I jumped into the rap scene in 2010. I always rapped, but I never focused on music in itself because my mind was more in the streets. However, in 2010, I redirected my energy and focused on music for the first time.

Who would you say has inspired you?

I wouldn’t say one single person does. I’m inspired by moments whether it’s my own or someone outside of myself. I guess you can say I’m inspired by life more than any individual. Although some accomplishments from certain individuals inspired me.

How has being from Detroit crafted your approach to music?

The simplest way to put it is art imitates life. I try to paint a picture of my life and how I see things coming up on the Eastside of Detroit. A lot will give you the rough ins and outs but it’s more to it than that in my eyes. I experienced the highs and lows of Detroit so I apply that balance to my approach in music.

What was the process like recording “SOS?”

It was actually a chill process. Thing is the beat was done months ahead of the song, me and Juan tried to put another artist on the beat but it just didn’t hit Juan like that. One day he hit me and said, “You might as well do it.” We locked in that night, just me and him, and recorded the song. I think it was his first time engineering too.

What are you looking to accomplish in 2020?

Just keep building! Keeping building as far as my music and fan base. Keep building as a man. Naturally, it all comes with hard work and doing good business. My goal is to stick to it and let everything sort itself out. Last year was a good year I dropped my first project Spring/Summer Collection August 2019 that alone showed me I can be a big as I want as long as I remain consistent, humble and work hard.

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Kenny Mason Drops “Much Money” Featuring Freddie Gibbs

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Atlanta’s rising star, Kenny Mason has just released his latest project, Angelic Hoodrat: Supercut which includes Kenny’s recently released singles “Rih,” “Pup,” “Partments,” and “Play Ball” as well as eight other new tracks with features from Freddie GibbsDenzel CurryAngel White, and Ambar LucidAngelic Hoodrat: Supercut is the full length spiritual successor to Kenny’s 2020 debut album which established his presence as a unique and powerful force within Atlanta’s diverse music scene – out now with a new visualizer for “Much Money” featuring Freddie Gibbs.“Even the odds, and get even odder / seeking these broads, in need of menages / leaning on leading on gullible people / to think that you hard is leaving me nauseous”

Kenny Mason‘s latest effort, Angelic Hoodrat: Supercut expands upon the themes he set forth on last year’s debut, showcasing his sweeping vocal range and well-earned reputation for stretching beyond the confines of rap. The new project continues the theme of duality inherent within its title, Angelic Hoodrat representing the concepts of light within darkness, beauty within ugliness, and hope within despair.

To commemorate the release of Angelic Hoodrat: Supercut, Kenny Mason has also released his first merchandise capsule collection, designed by Bryan Rivera. The collection ties in the visual themes and motifs of both his recent projects and commemorates the era of the Angelic Hoodrat. Available now at angelichoodrat.com

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Rostrum’s Taleban Dooda Releases “Chopstix”

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Taleban Dooda‘s new single “Chopstix” is live now, produced by hitmaking collective, Internet Money. The single also got a dope new video, directed by Joshua Valle, which finds Dooda counting up as he embraces his inner Tony Montana and takes care of business in all senses of the phrase. This kid continues to show why he’s the next star to come out of Florida, and why his melodic, tenor cadence is one that should not, and cannot, be ignored.

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Vancouver’s DJ Moza Blends Styles On “All The Time”

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After lengthy contributions to the music game as a DJ and music producer, which gave him the opportunity to tour alongside Jallal, Big Von and Yasiin Bey (aka Mos Def) over several years, Vancouver’s DJ Moza is entering the ring as an artist in his own right.

With his debut, “All The Time” Ft. Tyler Loyal, RR Baby and Playy, Moza has brought together 3 artists both seasoned and upcoming, from 3 different regions and penned a catchy bi-lingual ode to the grind.

Multi-Platinum, Grammy nominated writer/artist, Playy, had this to say of the collaboration. “DJ Moza was pretty cool to work with.. everyone on the record is from different parts of the world! He brought us all together on this one record and it was a dope merge of all cultures!”

That kind of inclusion is signature Moza, whose goal is to seamlessly fuse regions, sound styles and languages and establish his name as a multi-genre artist.


“All The Time” came from a place of pure motivation. I brought together 3 artists from different sides of the compass. We got Tyler Loyal repping the East Coast, Playy from The South, RR BABY on the West Side and yours truly from The True North.”

Watch the Igor Volkov-directed video below and hit the follows on the socials to stay tuned.

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