Hit-Boy hopped on a beat made by one of his regular collaborators.
Hit-Boy has already established himself as a legend in the music industry. A$AP Mob, A$AP Mob, A$AP Mob, A$AP “Goldie” by Rocky, “Backseat Freestyle” by Kendrick Lamar, and “My God” by Pusha T. He’s been on a roll lately, creating much of King’s Disease, King’s Disease II, and Magic alongside Nas.
So it’s no surprise that Hit-Boy chose to rhyme over Nas’ “Stillmatic (Intro)” when he was invited to freestyle on The Bootleg Kev Podcast. Despite the fact that he is well-known for his producing abilities,
Over the course of its almost 3-minute length, Hit-freestyle Boy’s is confident and full of quotable phrases. Hangmen 3 provided the rhythm, which is as good as it gets. Hit-Boy is no stranger to the microphone. Since 2012, when he launched his debut solo album HITstory, he’s been releasing songs with his own performances.
Hit-Boy has had a productive year. Bulletproof Soul, a collaborative album with Pacman da Gunman, was released in March. He’s also a big part of The Game’s forthcoming album, which will have more than 30 tracks.
Check out the freestyle below and leave your thoughts in the comments section.