HOPSIN Releases New Video for “Single on Singel”

One of the preeminent independent artists of this generation touted by everyone from Eminem to Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and streamed 1 billion-plus times, rapper HOPSIN has returned with another new track. A few months after he dropped the video for the single, “Rebirth,” fans of HOPSIN are in for a true metamorphosis of the artist.

Upon hitting play on “Single on Singel,” loyal listeners can expect the same high-energy Hop whilst ushering in a European-inspired, hopeless romantic that we can all relate to. HOPSIN’s pummeling lyrics spat on top of the hauntingly beautiful chorus provided by songstress, Adriana Aslani, reveals a chapter of Hop that we have yet to explore.

Watch the video here.

A man of the people, HOPSIN has announced his public return to the stage this August in Colorado Springs at Sunshine Studios Live. Never one to waste an opportunity, this show is slated to be 2023’s cannot-miss-performances, with Hop locked and loaded with fan favorites and new singles to set ablaze. Out of the shadows and returned from the streets of Amsterdam, it is officially time to clock back in to work as one of the most charismatic, creative, and unique artists hip hop has to offer. Touted by Talib Kwali as “”he type of artist who makes me want to be a better writer,” HOPSIN, the Undercover Prodigy, is back. 

Continuing a tireless grind as one of independent music’s most inspired, impactful, and influential voices, Hopsin continually levels up his signature lyrical mastery. In 2007, the Los Angeles spitter, producer, director, editor, actor, and Undercover Prodigy founder first made his presence known with no-holds-barred lyricism, razor-sharp rhymes, and fearless creativity. Posting up over 1 billion streams and views outside of the system, he infiltrated the mainstream on his own terms with three gold-certified singles to date, namely “Sag My Pants,” “Ill Mind of Hopsin 5,” and “Ill Mind of Hopsin 8.” After attracting a faithful following with Raw [2010] and Knock Madness [2013], he crashed the Billboard Top 200 at #17 with Pound Syndrome in 2015. Most recently, 2017’s No Shame moved 15,000 copies first week and emerged as his second straight Top 20 entry on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart. Beyond selling out shows on multiple continents, he appeared on the cover of XXL as a “Freshman” and garnered plugs courtesy of Complex, Rolling Stone, The Source, Vibe, and Huffington Post, who profiled him as “The Real Best Rapper Alive.” Not to mention, Eminem cited him among “the Logics, the Coles, the Seans, the K-Dots, the 5’9″s” on “Fall” from 2018’s Kamikaze. After a series of transformative experiences, the rapper born Marcus Jamal Hopson painted the most real and rawest depiction of himself in 2021 with new singles “Your House” and “Alone With Me.” He has recently been featured in EbonyPsychology Today, and Thrasher.