The world certainly does need more Hit-Boy.
The project spans five tracks, and though short in length, it makes up for in bangers. The “Goldie” producer adds his own bars to every song, something we’ve seen more recently of Hit-Boy over the last year and a half or so. Zoomin is the prelude to Hit-Boy’s debut album set to release at the beginning of 2016, according to Complex. I’m not setting that time frame in stone because, you know, rappers. But with the talent Hit-Boy has behind the boards along with the connects he can bring in for the heat, it’s an album that’ll gain a lot of anticipation as its release date nears.
Stream Zoomin below.
Hit-Boy sat down with Genius‘ Rob Markman to discuss some of the songs on Zoomin. Of “Bussin’ Moves” with Pusha T and Quentin Miller, the producer said Pusha’s verse was originally on “Clique.” He also said he’s known Miller for years and that his verse, which stemmed from him writing the hook, was recorded before the allegations of him being a ghostwriter for Drake came up. Check it out below.
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