Kanye West has a lot of beefs, because of many reasons. Now another has bit the dust as amends were made.
Hit-Boy and Kanye West had a particular relationship going in the early 2010s, before Hit-Boy’s exceptional run in the previous two years, where he executively produced records for Big Sean and Nas. Hit-Boy was signed to G.O.O.D. Music for only two years, but during that time he assisted in the production of two of Ye’s most collaboration tracks, “N****s In Paris” and “Clique.”
However, this period resulted in a rift between the two, as Kanye was irritated that Hit-Boy was assisting Beyoncé in the studio without informing him. As a result, the two were alienated for many years. In 2020, after Hit-Boy endorsed on of Kanye’s stances on the music industry, Ye clarified his grudge against Hit-Boy
I DIDN’T HAVE A PROBLEM WITH HIM PRODUCING FOR BEYONCÉ … I HAD A PROBLEM WITH THE FACT HE WAS SIGNED TO ME AND I DIDN’T KNOW.
All of this controversy appears to be behind them now, thanks to Kanye’s latest album. As we previously reported, West used Hit-Boy to produce “Eazy” alongside The Game, which was released exclusively on Spotify last night. Last night, Hit-Boy thanked The Game for helping him reconnect with Ye on Instagram, writing, “Me and Ye back working thanks to my brudda @losangelesconfidential.”
While Ye’s verse contains multiple jabs at his newfound foes, such as the Kardashians and Pete Davidson, his reunion with Hit-Boy is a positive development as Ye prepares for his upcoming Donda 2 album. Although, we might be able to hear it again if it’s added to Donda 2’s tracklist. Kanye has already started working on the project.
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