Hit-Boy’s collaborations with the late Nipsey Hussle date back to the rapper’s ‘Bullets Ain’t Got No Name’ series.
AllHipHop’s Chuck Creekmur asked Hit-Boy’s father Big Hit about Keefe D’s arrest for the 1996 murder of Tupac Shakur.
Hit-Boy and Nas still make crazy music together so shout out to Frank Ocean.
The 3-time Grammy Award winner is also offering an electronic keyboard.
Hit-Boy is lowkey carrying the torch for the West Coast with this move, right?
Nas and Hit-Boy have wrapped their second trilogy series in just three years, dropping Magic 3 on the Queens legend’s 50th birthday.
On Friday (July 21), someone tweeted, “Only Nas—who hasn’t picked an album’s worth of great beats since ‘94—would make five albums full of loading screen beats from one of this era’s least inspired producers.”
Produced by Hit-Boy, the project offers 11 new tracks featuring just two guests, 50 Cent and 21 Savage.
Nas and Hit-Boy are proving to be a prolific MC/producer pairing, returning with “Magic 2,” their fifth joint project in three years.
The ‘Surf or Drown’ creator continues to drop his own music.
Nas admitted he doesn’t look to rappers his age to inspire him but draws inspiration from younger artists.
“That one really disappointed me because I thought dude was solid.”
The “N*ggas in Paris” producer says he had no money in his bank account at one point.
Grammy-Award Hip-Hop producer is working with a British pop singer on her new project.
Nas and Hit-Boy are going for the three-peat with ‘King’s Disease 3’ their fourth collaborative project due for release next month.
Hit-Boy scored the video game as well.
The California native worked with Cordae for the upcoming “Checkmate” collaboration.
Hit-Boy crafted 33 beats for ‘Madden 23,’ which drops on August 19. The game’s soundtrack features Kendrick Lamar, Nas, Pusha T and more.
Nas & A$AP Rocky explore the different paths their lives could have taken on a nostalgia-driven journey through New York City.
Nas and Hit-Boy are fast becoming a classic rapper-producing pairing following on from the success of the first two “Kings Disease” projects.