Hopsin is ready to make an impact in 2010

Hopsin – Pans In The Kitchen

Allow me to introduce you to Hopsin, the new face around Ruthless Records, who has made his way to the top of the totem pole the same way many of my colleagues and I have been trying to make it—via Internet marketing.

Marcus “Hopsin” Hopson is a twenty-three year old rapper, video director and beat maker hailing from Panorama City, California. His style is critcal and clearly hip-hop down to his witty wordplay, marvelous metaphors and rugged delivery. hopsin

The thorn that makes Hopsin such a standout is his creativity, originality, and truthfulness. Every rhyme slayed out of his mouth is meant in the truest sense of his words and he feels as if he has nothing to embellish on. I promise you’ll never hear one word about Hopsin packing guns, flashing jewelery and banging broads that are dime status—he has way too much more to say.

It is so hard now a days to find somebody in rap that actually has something to say. He was quoted by saying, I’m all about the rawness – being raw and saying what I want,” to HipHopDX earlier this week (click here to read full interview). Clearly his statement shows because the substance is there in his lyrics…and I love it.

Personally, I had the opportunity to watch Hopsin progress as I watched from the sidelines from one of my favorite rap forums on the Internet. Hopsin would always be posting his self directed music videos and exclusive tracks and with each post you could tell he was destined to be a star.

As his skills advanced so did the amount of haters he received. Some comments state that they believe Hopsin’s music is corny and clearly for shock value—similar to Eminem—and other comments state that he has a simple rhyme scheme. Some arguments could hold true to a certain extent, however I have come to believe that a lot of these comments are out of jealously and ignorance. You have to give respect to a rapper who made it to the big leagues by “keeping it real” and true to himself. Not once has a Hopsin record talked about being someone else for the sake of getting a record deal, which is why I praise Hopsin as a possible suhopsin2perstar in the future.

In 2010, the releasal of Grazing At The Moonlight will be hitting shelves and making Hopsin permentaly known to the masses. With the backing of Ruthless Records and his homestate of California, I am sure that Hopsin will push promising numbers.

For updated information about the progress of Hopsin’s album and for free mixtape downloads, visit Hopsin’s Myspace page (click here).

Lastly, I’d like to suggest you to subscribe to Hopsin’s Youtube channel and keep up with his music video’s and freestyles. All of his music videos are directed by himself, which is amazing to be able to express yourself via mic and motion picture.

– Brandon “Venamis” Folsom – www.twitter.com/venamis (follow me)

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10 Responses to “Hopsin is ready to make an impact in 2010”

  1. Phanyxx says:

    Hopsin FTW!

  2. DirtyD says:

    hopsin sucks, kid is a wanna be actor (imdb). a mama’s boy that stayed posted up in his basement making tracks avoiding the streets and real life where experience comes out in music. hopsin is basically a one way artist with 0 direction other than putting his name on everything out there . Ive known this kid for 7 years or better and he has nothing to offer thats worthy of praise. just another cd to fill up a shelf that people will forget about. Ruthless records is done. oh yeah, hopsin and chyneezy and tamika, you can remove all my comments about you from youtube and other venues why you can flex , but i will still be vocal about what a mark buster you are and howve you ducked every battle offered, from many venues to the studio and radio. hopsin, you cant speak to the streets if you aint lived it homeboy, ya little days of criminal damage dont count either.

  3. MOB says:

    soft, bland, appeals to back pack toting 13 year olds whos palates have yet to evolve. very childish and the “shtick” was played out with eminem, tech nine and so on. show us something worthwhile, you have the ability.

  4. Mijo 1810 says:

    One of the best rappers out now. He aint talkin about guns, women or money, Cuz he understands that yall hear that everywhere, He bringin new styles,,


  5. DirtyD says:

    Disregard my last comment because I suck cock

  6. anonomous says:

    I think he’s good :)

  7. tv says:

    Very usefull post , thx

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  10. Jenn S says:

    Why Lord Why does the general public always like shitty artists like this joker,that is right they think he is original nothing could be further from the truth,I mean pots and pans in the kitchen? Come on people we can do better than this lets get real Hip Hop artists publicity not some failed idiot that appeals to 15 old skaters and nerds.