Hit-Boy Puts His Raps In Front On Yadda Yadda Featuring Wale (Audio)

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Hit-Boy has amassed a number of hit records. The Southern California delegate in the G.O.O.D. Music production family has been a mastermind behind Kendrick Lamar’s “Backseat Freestyle,” the posse cut “Clique,” and Jay Z & Kanye West’s “N***as In Paris.” However, as Hit has shown in that time, he raps too—and really well.

“Yadda Yadda” is a great inside look at Hit-Boy. Assisted by Wale (perhaps deliberately, due to a potential Seinfeld reference), the song highlights the talent that some may be brushing off. The rapping is boastful, and still admits that this an artist looking to get his propers. You can hear the bridge between early Kanye and Big Sean, in what may be G.O.O.D.’s best-kept secret.

Do you think Hit-Boy can be one of Hip-Hop’s latest producer-turned-MC star success stories?

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