Hit-Boy Says He Has a Whole Album Worth of Songs With Anderson .Paak
The producer has been on a roll of putting out fresh music.
Hit-Boy and Anderson .Paak could be putting out a few collaborations sometime soon. The frequent Nas collaborator and King’s Disease trilogy producer took to social media to share that he’s accumulated an extensive library of songs he’s created with .Paak.
In response to a fan who asked him to collaborate with .Paak, Hit-Boy said that “me and paak got enough joints in my computer for a album already.”
The prolific producer didn’t expand on when the tracks were recorded or if he has any concrete plans to put them out soon but it seems that his response is teasing an eventual release.
As of late, Hit-Boy’s been on a streak of dropping new music. Following April’s Bulletproof Soul with Pacman da Gunman and King’s Disease III with Nas, he shared his plans to drop a joint LP with Soulchild titled Victims & Villains.
In other music news, SZA released the digital SOS Album With “PSA” and her “Open Arms” solo version.