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Hot Freestyle

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Hot Freestyle
IndustryEntertainment Media
Founded 📆
Founders 👔Moe Alayan & Ken Asafo
Headquarters 🏙️Toronto, Ontario,
Area served 🗺️
Number of employees
📇 Address
📞 telephone

Hot Freestyle is a digital media platform that highlights daily hip hop, sports and entertainment news. Hot Freestyle is based out of Toronto, Ontario, Canada with a reach of over 100 million unique visitors per month across all social channels.

In under a few years, Hot Freestyle's original and curated media content has been consumed daily by millions of fans around the United States and Canada, establishing them as a dominant force in new media.


Hot Freestyle was established in 2014, by Moe Alayan. It started off as a Twitter account posting strictly rap freestyles that shifting towards daily hip hop content, making it one of the biggest hip hop accounts on Twitter till date. Two years later, in 2016, Moe Alayan and Ken Asafo came together to re-brand Hot Freestyle into a media company. Since then, the company has evolved into covering sports, hip hop and entertainment news on all social platforms.

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Hot Freestyle hosted it's first live event during Frosh Week in 2016, with Mississauga rapper Ram Riddlz as the performing act. In 2017, Hot Freestyle launched their official website[1], receiving 1 million unique visitors per month. Throughout 2017-2018, Hot Freestyle started producing original content such as interviews and vlogs with artists. In 2019, Hot Freestyle launched 'The Ground Up', a Toronto-based interview show highlighting underground artists from the city[2]. Hot Freestyle's 'The Ground Up' series featured artists such as Pressa[3], WhyG, Houdini, Chromazz, Ramriddlz, Yung Tory, and more. With the success of their past series, Hot Freestyle launched a 'Red Booth' series that showcases artists to freestyle.[4] On February 15, 2020, Hot Freestyle exclusively premiered Shaquille O'Neal's Kobe Bryant Tribute Freestyle on YouTube.[5]


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  2. Power, Lisa (May 27, 2020). "Rapper Houdini dead after targeted shooting in downtown Toronto". Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  3. "Pressa Talks About Drake, Tory Lanez & Meek Mill". March 25, 2019. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  4. "Red Booth: TV Gucci (Hot Freestyle)". Toronto Rappers. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  5. "Shaquille O'Neal Raps Over A Dr. Dre And Snoop Dogg Classic As A Tribute To Kobe Bryant". okayplayer. February 15, 2020. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)

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