Nipsey enlists Rick Ross and Hit Boy for “1 Hunnit A Show,” from the upcoming Mailbox Money project.
From L&T: “JAY Z’s Life+Times and vitaminwater® present a new documentary series called “Where I’m From.” The series premiere follows producer extraordinaire Hit-Boy, detailing his journey from starting out by making beats on FruityLoops to hustling past his opposition to become the inspiring super producer he is today.”
Produced by Hit-Boy.
From Hit Boy’s HS87 LP, available now. Shout out to In & Out Burger around the 1:56 mark.
New music from MMG’s Rockie Fresh, produced by Hit-Boy of “N***as In Paris” fame. That cover art was probably commissioned by DONDA for like $30k.
Hits Since 1987 presents: HS87 “We The Plug” available May 27th.
From Hit-Boy’s We The Plug with HS87, due May 27th.
First offering from Hit Boy’s upcoming compilation, We The Plug, hitting May 6th.
Produced by Detail Films. Directed by Nem Perez.
The latest from the MMG camp, directed by DRE Films. Get More: Rockie Fresh, What Ya Used To ft. Hit-Boy, Music, More Music Videos
Trading the sunny skies of California for the gritty streets of New York, Audio Push is back with the highly anticipated visual for their Hit-Boy-produced track, “Tis The Season.” Featuring a classic Ol’ Dirty Bastard sample, “Tis The Season” has the classic boom-bap sound, laced with verses from three young and talented emcees, as Brooklyn’s [cont.]
The “N***as In Paris” producer teams with Nipsey Hussle for this new cut, as premiered by the LA Leakers.
In part 2 of Hard Knock TV’s interview, Hit Boy talks to Nick Huff Barili about growing up mainly with his Mom and 2 Sisters. “I definitely had to grow up a lot faster and I had to learn how to be the man of the house. I had to learn how to take care [cont.]
Hard Knock TV’s exclusive in-depth interview with Hit Boy. In part 1 Hit talks to Nick Huff Barili about his first Hip Hop memory (N.W.A) and how watching his uncle perform in a group called Troop made him want to get into Rapping and Producing. Hit Boy says that he started taking rapping seriously at [cont.]
In this interview from Revolt TV, Hit-Boy talks about his contributions to Jay-Z’s new LP, Magna Carta Holy Grail.
Hit Boy offers an extended remix of Jay-Z’s “Somewhere In America”, his entry from Magna Carta Holy Grail. Sans Jay, this version is one minute longer and features MMG’s Rocky Fresh. It also shows different parts of the beat, not heard in the original. Twerk Miley, Miley.
From Hit-Boy Presents HS87: All I’ve Ever Dreamed Of.
Here’s a little something from Statik Selektah’s Extended Play LP, as debuted on Elliot Wilson’s radio show last night.
Kev writes “In a semi-intoxicated interview from SXSW, I got to speak with Hit about repping the I.E., how the line up to “Cypher” came to be, his HS87 Label and being signed with Interscope, the new HS87 mixtape All I’ve Ever Dreamed Of, he speaks extensively about working with Kanye West and his process, [cont.]
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