In part uno of Hit-Boy's sit down with HardknockTV, the California producer/rapper stated he thinks Kendrick deserves a Grammy for good kid, m.A.A.d city among other topics. In part dos (above), he breaks down what it was like growing up in a single-parent home and the process of writing "Running In Place" off HITstory. He also tells the story of how he carried a beat he created for 'Ye with him since 2007, until the opportunity to meet Kanye finally arose.
The Boston brawler drops his anticipated follow-up to 2015's Suffolk County.
The rapper, who joined the cast of Sisterhood of Hip Hop, releases her song that was previewed on the show.
Hopefully this means Joyride is finally on the fringe of dropping.
TYO's other 2015 buzzer gets a Young Tauheed facelift.
More Guwop over Zaytoven.