There’s certainly no hard feelings towards Kanye. In fact, the HS87 front man Yeezy’s “New Slaves” for his personal use accompanied with a new visual.
It was all good, until it was all gone. While in L.A. for the BET Awards, Hit-Boy tells Miss Info that he’s no longer signed with Kanye. He says there’s no beef, and wants to focus on his own HS87 label.
Produced by Childish Major and himself, Hit-Boy compiles various clips from his trusty cam for the second installment of his “Jay-Z Interview“. And of course, there goes YN, all up in the video.
Hit-Boy celebrated his born day yesterday and while opening his gifts, he finally received his Grammy Award for “Niggas In Paris”. That definitely beats a cashless birthday card.
Hit-Boy drops a double-dose of videos in celebration for his birthday. Above, he and 2 Chainz get photo shoot fresh on the set while his HS87 crew bring the models and bottles for “Nothin”.
Statik is killin’ it with the homies on his latest release. I debuted this on #KeepItThoro this past Friday so enjoy the laugh drops. Ha! Extended Play due June 18. Pre-order here.
If land or by sea, G.O.O.D. Music’s Ryan McDermott searches for love in a few hopeless places. Directed by Ryan McDermott and P.J. Germain.
Just a few days after Big Sean released his new single, Hit-Boy and his HS87 clique, Oktane and Pricetag decide to take the instrumental for their alteration.
After making noise with Dizzy Wright on “Deck”, Cali upstart Deezo returns to the blogosphere with new material featuring Hit-Boy and Problem. This will appear on his forthcoming
Hit-Boy invites us into his in-house studio to dissect the production of Bey’s “Bow Down” and recreates the beat. Damn, so that’s how he did it.