Okay, everyone, we can stop panicking. Hit-Boy and Ye, aka Kanye West, are no longer "beefing" with each other.
As many tuned in to the surprise album release by Nas which was entirely produced by Hit-Boy, the producer went on social media and let the public know a third King’s Disease album was already being worked on.
The Queensbridge living legend ends 2021 on an extremely high note alongside his cohort Hit-Boy with a new project Magic, a fitting name for a potent body of work.
Hit-Boy, the man behind Nas' latest effort, detailed how Jay-Z changed his point of view on the business.
The Black Soprano Family honcho delivered his second studio album Burden Of Proof, a collaboration with Hit-Boy that has the Buffalo, N.Y. emcee sounding crisp as ever.
Now with his 13th studio album King's Disease available to the masses, Hip-Hop Twitter is largely praising the Queensbridge legend's return to form.
Nas has properly kicked off the campaign for his new album, titled King's Disease. Today (August 14), the Queens rapper dropped a new singled called "Ultra Black," produced by Hit-Boy.
Nas may be a GOAT rapper and MC, but if there's one criticism that has dogged him throughout his career, it's his sometimes suspect beat selection. Perhaps because of this, producer Hit-Boy has been announced as the executive producer of the Queens rapper's forthcoming new project.
After dropping a few short EP’s Dom Kennedy & Hit-Boy a.k.a. Half-A-Mil have finally gotten around to dropping their official debut album, Courtesy of Half-A-Mil.
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.