As Grammy award winning producer Hit-Boy and his Hs87 crew prep the release of their [free] compilation album All I Ever Dreamed Of due next Tuesday (March 12th), the man behind all of that G.O.O.D. music hits the desert with his compadres Audio Push and gets all wavy like—ala “California Love.” Take a peek at the dope visuals shot and directed by Chucky Millions above, and a check out a glimpse at the official artwork for the album, which will include guest spots/appearances from the likes of: Cocaine 80s, Common, Method Man, Redman, Robin Thicke, ScHoolboy Q, Travi$ Scott, Xzibit, Casey Veggies, and more.
Audio Push, formerly of the group which brought us the “Teach Me How To Jerk” phenomenon teams up producer Hit Boy for this new track titled, “Them niggas.” By the way, don’t sleep on these bars in this one.
This that sh*t ya’ll been missing–decked out in Pac and Big’s signature wardrobe, G.O.O.D. Music’s newest poster boy, Hit-Boy, pays homages to the two greats in his latest visual “East vs. West,” the second official clip off his acclaimed HITstory mixtape out now.
This joint is banging…for sure. Transitioning from hit-making producer to rapper isn’t an easy task to do, but if you ask Hit-Boy, there’s nothing standing in his way of delivering that “G.O.O.D.” music. The most recent addition to Kanye’s family dropped his mixtape “HitStory” earlier today, and one to two listens in, this is definitely not just a plain old mixtape of any kind, it’s damn near album worthy material. Getting the Trill OG, Bun B, for any project is an accomplishment of its own, but of course, this isn’t the highlight – it’s the hard beats and lyrics, which – to some, didn’t know he really possessed in his repertoire. “Fan” is a bouncy number that takes us back to the infectious heat he served up on WTT’s “Niggas In Paris,” while introspective cuts such as the title track “HitStory” and “East vs. West” showcase the young kid’s rising potential, and his capability to not only churn a party anthem, but also get deep on a record. Assisting him throughout the 11 track introductory project is none other than his brethren Big Sean, John Legend, Chip Tha Ripper, Kid CuDi, and singer/songwriter, Stacy Barthe. Hit the deck for a full dosage of heat, more heat, and, well, more heat. Peep the kid make HitStory under the hood, man. Something tells me he’s a Yeezy in the making.
Following up his “Jay-Z Interview” record, Hit-Boy continues with another stand out track. The Kid Cudi featured song “Old School Caddy” shows exactly that G.O.O.D. is all about progress.
Download Hit-Boy Ft. Kid Cudi – Old School Caddy.
If Hit-Boy’s “Jay-Z Interview” caught your attention, you can expect more from where that came from, as the newly affiliated G.O.O.D. Music hit-maker has another single on the horizon, as he tells MTV it’s title, “Old School Caddy” (with Kid Cudi) — for which will consist of an Outkast vibe to it. In some-what related news, Pusha T recently revealed on Funkmaster Flex’s show that Cruel Summer will arrive in stores August 7th.
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With all the hoopla circulating around the webs for this record, “Niggas In Paris” hit-maker Hit Boy gets candid with Jay-Z and displays his impressive raps skills on the mic with his solo debut “Jay-Z Interview,” produced by Bink! Those Surf Boys can surely spit a lick-or-two.