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1. They Don’t Now = 00:00
2. Cash Money (Ft. Birdman) = 03:00
3. Get tf out my face (Ft. Young Thug) = 08:30
4. man of the year = 12:55
5. I Fuck Wit You Girl = 16:43
6. WWYD = 20:33
7. 1000 = 23:50
8. Blah Blah Blah = 27:05
9. Walk Thru (Ft. Problem) = 30:11
10. Reloaded = 32:49
11. Make That Money = 35:49
12. Come & Go = 39:25
13. Real = 43:09
14. Off You = 46:00
15. Hold On = 49:34
16. Party = 53:39
17. Whole Lotta = 58:14
Jihad Shamir (born January 27, 1993) in Elizabeth New Jersery began his musical exploration when he was seven years old. His music name “Hooligan” was given to him by a group of his neighborhood peers. Hooligan’s first decision to do music was when he learned his father (Marc James Hawkins) was a very great artist and hung around most of the legends from the 80s. Hip Hop is in his DNA, and will continue to an integral part of his development. Different sounds, genres, and samples are collected and interpolated in each musical composition, from this native of Jersey.
Hooligan is very different and has very dynamics, and provides us with thought-provoking lyrics that not too many people in his age bracket, could successfully deliver, and that alone separates himself from his peers.
The talent he brings is also gathered from his experience with shows and performing can only .Hooligan known most for performing on the east coast. Hooligan has been around hundreds of artists that are in the industry now and has also has been invited to performing shows and studio sessions, with many artist from the East Coast.
Hooligan remains humble, because of his motivation and blueprint is not based on selfish gain, but the ability to provide for his family. His goal as sole survivor in itself, demonstrates to the world his strength. Do you hear that Jazz background? Hooligan doesn’t want his family to worry about struggle. Hooligan stands now in the background of Indie Rap, but will soon enter the forefront of the Indie Rap Scene. Give him time because the world will one day envision and appreciate his dedication and ambition to strive, and struggle for his family and to ultimately live his dreams.