Haydo: Beats, MC, Vocals

Genre: Hip-Hop & Rap

RIYL: Del tha Funky Homosapien, Mitchy Slick, Black Mikey, Gaslamp Killer, the Toven

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Influences: Dr. Dre, Snoop, Ras Kass, Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, Wu-Tang, Killer Priest, Lateef the Truthspeaker, MC Souleye, the Mutaytor, House of Vibe All-Stars, Main Flow, String Cheese Incident, Talib Kweli, Beastie Boys, CunninLynguists, Blackalicious, the Glitch Mobb, K-Os, the Cure, FreQ Nasty, Bassnectar

Background:

San Diego hip-hop artist Hayden Ralph aka Haydo (unrelated to Hayden Johnston aka Haydo, the hip-hop artist from Wheeling, WV) has self-released titles like Under the Sea (unrelated to the same-named Little Mermaid anthem) and Trapmatic (unrelated to the same-named song by V Cha$e or the Algerian band by that name).

Haydo's other tracks include “Unpredictable” (unrelated to the same-named song by Louisa Johnson & Olly Murs), “No Time” (unrelated to the same-named songs by the Guess Who and Lil' Kim), “Canopy” (unrelated to the same-named songs by Kim Churchill, Susie Suh, and the Dear Hunter) featuring Boi Fre$h.

A new single appeared in early 2018, "On the Low," unrelated to the same-named songs by Logic, Common Kings, Phresher, Hope Sandoval, etc.

Another single appeared in late February, "Turnt Up To the Max," unrelated to the same-named songs by Erod, F1JO, Hollywood Mickey, KinG7, Stixxx, and Dev x Ovaní, or to "Turnt Up To Da Max" by Kaemor, or to "Turnt Up To Da Max" by Big Hoot ft. Phunk Dawg, or to "To the Max" by DJ Khaled ft. Drake.

That was followed in March by "Water," unrelated to the same-named songs by Ugly God, Jack Garratt, Pentatonix, New Hope Club, the Who, John Frusciante, Kodak Black, etc., and "Waves," unrelated to the same-named songs by Kanye West, Dean Lewis, Mr. Probz, MTNS, Tonight Alive, Phish, Ryan Oakes, Metric, Jacquees & Dej Loaf, Miguel, Joey Badass, Electric Guest, etc.

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