Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes Presents the “H For Hierarchy” Mixtape by HQ

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The new mixtape is presented by Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes Promotion.

HQ - H For Hierarchy

Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes announce the release of the “H For Hierarchy” Mixtape by HQ. The 13 track project is currently available for download. The mixtape features appearances from Luisa, Devon Wright, Tek, and Majestik.

This enthusiastic hip-hop artist, HQ, was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York and has become a multifaceted artist throughout his career. Starting as an American rapper and growing into a record producer as well as an entrepreneur, his ambition shows in his work. In his latest mixtape he uses all original beats from producers such as Vybe, Reese On Da Beat, Legacey Villian and many more.

“H For Hierarchy” is full of bass-dropping beats and infectious hooks, he’ll have you singing along to every chorus. With a style all his own and an ambition to succeed, you can’t help but put these tracks on replay. His flow mirrors a northern vibe, but he has proven to be multifaceted and incorporates some southern beats. In “H For Hierarchy” he discusses the traits that he admires most, loyalty, honesty, hard work, and a fast lifestyle. His productions use instruments, including the piano, to mix a lighter vibe with the hard-hitting bass. HQ is organized and fluid with his lyrics, making the transition between songs flawless. HQ’s new mixtape is the next big thing, the type of mixtape you ride out to. Be sure to keep up with HQ on twitter at @HQSYR.

About Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes:
Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes are the most widely distributed mixtapes in the world, with over 100 million downloads/plays generated by over 200 volumes officially hosted by major artists. Coast 2 Coast has a solid reach in the new music industry with a digital magazine, DJ coalition, industry tips blog, yearly convention, and more. Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes represents a unique opportunity for artists of all urban genres, from major to indie. For more information, visit

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