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Most known for producing the breakout single from Watch The Throne, “N****s In Paris,” and 2012 smash songs like Kanye West‘s “Cold,” A$AP Rocky’s “Goldie” and DJ Khaled’s “Wish You Would,” Hit-Boy is getting ready to drop his first full solo rap project on Tuesday called #HITstory. Hit-Boy, real name Chauncey Hollis, caught the attention of the rap world with his mic skills lately with songs like “Jay-Z Interview,” and “Old School Caddy” featuring Kid Cudi.

The G.O.O.D. Music producer/rapper is dropping his project on Tuesday on his own website, and LiveMixtapes. The artwork to the album looks to have been inspired by the Watch The Throne cover, with a little bit of remix to it. Hit the jump to check out the artwork and come here Tuesday to get a listen to the full project.


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