Hxppy Thxxghts Exclusive: Interview with Sa-Roc
On the eve of the release of her Rhymesayers Entertainment debut, Sa-Roc joined Hxppy Thxxghts to discuss The Sharecropper’s Daughter. In addition to revealing insight into the album, the poignant lyricist offers a glimpse of her healing process, the impact of carrying generational trauma and more.
Hxppy Thxxghts Exclusive: Interview with Jobo
With 2 projects on the way, a podcast picking up traction and plenty of blunt observations made daily, Jobo is always primed for an entertaining conversation.
Hxppy Thxxghts Exclusive: Interview with Wrex Mason
With ASCENDANT set for release on July 31st, Wrex Mason joins Hxppy Thxxghts to discuss the creation of the new project, his work alongside the Sea Tea Soundwerks team and more.
Hxppy Thxxghts Exclusive: Interview with OnCue
It’s the end of May and OnCue has already blessed his fans with nearly an albums worth of new material this year. From celebratory bops to calm flexes and sexually driven passion anthems, we’ve heard Cuey express his heart, soul, body and mind throughout 2020.
“Mickey Aaron” Takes Us Into the World of His New Heartbreak Single
Who are your biggest musical influences? My biggest musical influences would be Led Zeppelin, Jamiroquai, Ray Charles and Elton John. However, with One Last Song I drew inspiration from Nick Murphy (aka Chet Faker) and Coldplay.
Hxppy Thxxghts Exclusive: Interview with Qveen Herby
In 2012, Amy and Nick dropped a cover of “Look At Me Now” on YouTube. Boy, that sh*t blew up, gaining the duo a crazy number of views and the attention of major labels.
Hxppy Thxxghts Interview: Ian Matthew
As he preps for the release of “Midnight” on Wednesday, Ian Matthew took a break from quarantine to chop it up with Hxppy Thxxghts. The CT-native discusses the new single, the evolution of his music, keeping content engaging for fans and plenty more.
Hxppy Thxxghts Exclusive: Interview with Slug (of Atmosphere)
With a new album available now and The Wherever Tour making stops across North America, Atmosphere’s Slug joined Hxppy Thxxghts to discuss the creative process that became Whenever, what it’s like to perform new music for the first time and the ways timing will impact an individual’s response to music.