As part of a new program FuseTV is running, Hoodie Allen and Kina Grannis were brought together to collaborate on an original song that would be performed in front of a crowd within 24-hours of the initial beginnings of the song’s creation.
I need a studio version,”I ain’t a movie star, I ain’t a ball player but if you ask me what I do, I do it all player.” Hoodie never disappoints
Like your buddy Sparks, the Hoodster is always searching for new artists and new music while in London he heard this a track by Rudimental called “Feel The Love” which was hugely popular there but isn’t to known in the states. So while gearing up for his next tour just two weeks away, Hoodie and his producer RJF, decided to flip the beat and release his take on Feel The Love.
Hoodie’s latest EP “All American” was #1 album on iTunes and #10 debut on Billboard. That’s amazing for an independent with no cosign. My buddy deserves this success like I have said in past post, I meet Hooide via Myspace. So its great to see where hes at now.
Hoodie is going to be releasing some free music all his fans. The track Hoodie sent me a new track called “Hey Now”.
Hoodie just announced The Excellent Adventure Tour with G-Eazy. An 18 city tour around the country.
No Faith In Brooklyn, the second single and music video off of All American. The video follows Hoodie through a long distance relationship put to the test by a life constantly on the road. All American EP on iTunes
First Single off Hoodie’s debut EP, All American which drops April 10. The growth I have seen by Hoodie is amazing the dude never disappoints. All American is a totally original record (NO SAMPLES) and is the first record he will have ever put up for sale on iTunes.
Put some money in my boys pocket and cop No Interruption via iTunes
Back in July Hoodie released Leap Year, Hoodie let fans decide which videos they wanted to see off the project. Overwhelmingly, people wanted to see visuals for the song “James Franco”. Personally I need to see #WhiteGirlProblems get a music video.
Somewhere James Franco is watching this before he teaches his class. Franco currently teaches a class at New York University about transferring poetry to film AKA James Franco 101
I am very to announce Hoodie Allen‘s new mixtape Leap Year will be dropping online July 26th. Below is a teaser trailer for the project which previews a brand new song off the tape. Honestly Ive been a support, fan since I first heard Bagels & Beats…
Hoodie will be doing a nationwide headlining tour to support Leap Year starting at the end of July
07.30.11 – San Bernadino, CA @ Audiotistic
07.31.11 – San Diego, CA @ Epicentre
08.02.11 – San Francisco, CA @ 330 Ritch
08.09.11 – Chicago, IL @ Reggie’s Rock Club
08.10.11 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar
08.11.11 – Buffalo, NY @ Broadway Joe’s
08.12.11 – Rochester, NY @ Water Street Music Hall
08.14.11 – Westchester, PA @ The Note
08.15.11 – Teaneck, NJ @ Mexicali Live
08.16.11 – New York, NY @ The Studio at Webster Hall
08.18.11 – Cambridge, MA @ The Middle East Upstairs
08.19.11 – Montreal, QC @ LATulipe
08.20.11 – Toronto, ON @ Wrong Bar
08.21.11 – Grand Rapids, MI @ The Intersection
08.23.11 – Cleveland, OH @ Grog Shop
Here is the second leak off Hoodie’s upcoming mixtape Leap Year. “NY is Killing Me” is a remix of the Jamie XX re-working of the Gil Scott-Heron song of the same name (SO META!). I wonder if the cover art is Frank Sinatra’s mug shot ?