The track’s artwork comes to life in the official video for Ryan McDermott’s Hit-Boy-assisted single “JOY.” I’m enjoying the summer visuals coming out lately. P.J. Germain directed “JOY” along with Ryan, who I’m hoping has a full-length project in the works.
GRAMMY U, a program created to prepare college students interested in pursuing a career in the music industry, brought accomplished musicians Young Guru and Hit-Boy to speak with students during the “Era of the Engineer” tour at Red Bull Studio in Los Angeles. The music makers discussed working with Kanye West, Diddy, Kendrick Lamar and more.
Epic The Future, from Fontana, CA, adds Raven Sorvino and Thr33zy Mcfly to the remix of his Hit-Boy produced single, “Call It How I See It.” The remix will serve as the first single off his upcoming project, City Of Action.
Hit-Boy & Audio Push borrow Big Sean‘s hook for his new single and give us their take on “Switch Up”.
Dogg Lion and Hit-Boy did not run out of bars for this “Sway In The Morning” SXSW edition freestyle. Even when Hit stumbled a little, Snoop came in with the assist and kept the cypher going. That’s some West Coast teamwork right there.
LAAADDDIIIIIIIEEEESSSS! So I know Hit-Boy produced the first 1:15, then there’s like 30 producers that did the other part of the record. B is back, in a real way.
Hit-Boy, Audio Push & K. Roosevelt speak on their beginnings together.
Hit-Boy, Audio Push and K. Roosevelt all make up HS87. All I’ve Ever Dreamed Of marks their first compilation tape. Common, Robin Thicke, Method Man, Redman, Cocaine 80s, ScHoolboy Q, Casey Veggies and more join HS87 on their first 15-track release. Sounds like a hell of a lineup.
View the track list, listen to the stream and download after the jump.