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Hit-Boy Plans To Work With Dr. Dre, Nas, J. Cole And More
Hit-Boy has been on an incredible run recently, producing hits like "Trophies" for Drake and "XO" for Beyonce.
Stream Hit-Boy’s New Album ‘All I’ve Ever Dreamed Of’
Hit-Boy may be a beastie boy on beats for Jay-Z, Kanye West, Britney Spears and Kendrick Lamar but he racks up bars with his new…
Nothing But The Hits: An Interview With Hit-Boy
For Hit-Boy, crafting The Throne’s most popular cut is not enough. Now producing and rapping, the G.O.O.D. Music super frosh flips beats and rhymes for…
Hit-Boy Prepares For His ‘HITstory’ Tour
We recommend you get your tickets early for this upcoming tour.
New Music: Hit-Boy’s ‘HITstory’ Album
A rare few can say they've worked with Kanye West, Nicki Minaj, Jay-Z, Drake and Rihanna but within a year of his "N*ggas in Paris"
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New York City Bans Chicken Tenders From Public Schools…
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Premiere: Daye Jack Reformats The Music World With ‘No Data’
March 30, 2017 - 3:48 pm
Daye Jack has transitioned from wanting to be the black Steve Jobs to programming a fresh new sound.
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