Hit-Boy is undoubtedly in peak form right now, and he’s not going anywhere anytime soon. The music powerhouse was crowned HipHopDX’s Producer of the Year in 2020, and he hasn’t stopped since. Hit-Boy is hinting at a collaboration with Playboy Carti, Snoop Dogg, and The Game to take over in 2022.
During his epic 2021 run, he created a pair of projects with Nas in Magic and King’s Disease 2, as well as much more, earning him another Producer of the Year nomination. Hit-Boy appears to have dragged The Game out of his semi-retirement, and the Compton rhymer is working on an album.
Early Tuesday, Game teased a taste of their collaborative work on social media. The studio session video features Hit-Boy’s Grammy Award trophy. The Game mentions his long-time rival 50 Cent on the unreleased tune.
The Game isn’t the only rapper Hit-Boy is looking to collaborate with. With a post commemorating his 2021, the 34-year-old promised a half-worth album’s of songs ready to go with Snoop Dogg, while a full LP’s worth of music is in the works with Don Toliver and Roddy Ricch.
“Idk what’s gonna happen but I have half an album with snoop Dogg done, a album worth of music with Roddy Ricch and an album worth of music with Don Toliver sitting on my computer. I Thank everyone for all the producer of the year awards 2021.”
Hit-Boy stated that he will be reunited with Playboi Carti in 2022. The pair haven’t collaborated since he produced “Other Shit” on Carti’s self-titled debut in 2017.
“My brudda @playboicarti tapped in we haven’t worked since ‘Other Shit’ off his first album. Y’all @ my boy and tell him y’all wanna see us back in.”
Hit-Boy is putting in a lot of time and work, and it’s paying off. Fans appear to be rooting for him. Hit-Boy’s recent collaboration may help him reclaim the title of the best producer of the year.