Keeping up Hit-Boy on social networks is essential if you’d like updates on he and HS87’s upcoming We The Plug LP. A new song titled “Grindin’ My Whole Life” gives further reasoning as to why fans should keep up with the West Coast collective.
Hit-Boy said that he beats once trumped his rhymes. Note the use of “once,” as he’s released a visual for his Nipsey Hussle-assisted track “Alert.”
Hit-Boy was ballsy enough to leave the comfort of the G.O.O.D. Music family to found his label, HS87. Having assembled a fleet of rappers and producers into the fold, the Grammy winner is ready to release a new album.
In a climate where artists often feel attacked by the media for one reason or another, it’s rare that a rapper, singer, producer or the like are unguarded during interviews. Hit-Boy, however, gave that access to The STASHED while discussing seemingly everything under the sun during a recent interview.
Hit-Boy spent a great portion of last year building up Audio Push, but as of late he’s returned to the microphone. The Grammy winning producer dropped his latest batch of bars via a track titled “Tyson 87.”
“Would You Like A Tour?” participants have been anticipating Drake‘s new song titled “Trophies” for a hot minute. Now, the OVO head honcho has finally satiated audiophiles with the official/CDQ track.
The moment many were anxiously awaiting is finally here, as Drake debuts the final version of “Trophies.” This tune didn’t make the final cut of Nothing Was The Same, but it became highly sought after word of it possibly featuring Rick Ross traveled around social media and previews appeared on the Internets.
We apologize in advance for taking the Chris Broussard route, but close sources recently informed us that Hit-Boy is currently cooking up some heat. With that in mind, it was no surprise that he unleashed a Nipsey Hussle-assisted tune called “Alert.”
Footage of Drake‘s DJ, Future the Prince, playing the unreleased Hit-Boy-produced record called “Trophies” at the Brooklyn show of the “Would You Like A Tour?” surfaced. With the Internets highly anticipating the horn-laden track’s release, Revolt TV unveils an interview with the YMCMB rapper that gives more information on what he plans to do with it […]
Drake previewed a Hit-Boy produced track rumored to feature Rick Ross in his Nothing Was The Same trailer, but when the album released, the record was nowhere to be found on the track list. But this all changed when his DJ, Future the Prince, previewed a portion of the record at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.
Hit-Boy has been hard at work with his artists Audio Push, and has assured that their upcoming Come As You Are project is his best feat to date. With that, the California duo liberated one last track called “Theme Song,” featuring T.I., before the full mixtape releases later today (September 9).
Revolt TV caught up with producer Hit-Boy for their “Unlocking The Holy Grail” series to discuss his contributions to Jay-Z’s Magna Carta Holy Grail.
Summer time comes with a host of benefits —one of which is the epic music tours that are customary during the season. Enter Lil Wayne, T.I., and 2 Chainz, who’ve banded together on the “America’s Most Wanted Music Festival.”
Hit-Boy may no longer be a part of the G.O.O.D. Music fold, but that didn’t stop him from utilizing Kanye West’s “New Slaves” for his own purposes. With that, we receive a remix, titled “New Chain,” that is a bit different both sonically and topic-wise from his former boss’s Yeezus standout.