Newcomer Hit-Boy has worked with some of the best in the game right now and dropped hit after hit. From working with Lil Wayne and Eminem on “Drop the World” to his Grammy nominated “N*ggas In Paris”, the Cali native has become the go-to producer for many hip-hop heads to make a multi-platinum hit. With a list of hits under his belt, the rising producer keeps up the momentum and drops his dope full length debut album, All I’ve Ever Dreamed Of.
This 15-track compilation brings together a huge array of old and new, underground and mainstream artists to deliver for Hit-Boy’s label’s HS87, also known to the world as Hits Since 87, first full length. In addition to himself and his label mates Audio Push and K.Roosevelt, the 25 year-old producer brings together 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, Common, Juicy J, SchoolBoy Q, Method Man, Redman, Casey Veggies, and more to spit over a mix of beats.
Over the past couple months, multiple tracks have already been released to further build up the buzz of the free release. Within these previously released tracks are the five minute, star-studded track “Cypher”, catchy “Do Me Now”, and the club bangers “Fan” ft 2 Chainz and “T.U.”. Although these were the first to hit the interwebs, there are multiple other tracks that find many of the lyricists spitting a mix of braggadocious rhymes about money, cars, girls, making it over some gritty production. It would be easy to overlook this full length, considering that it is free, but the hit-making producer makes sure to come correct. There is no definite hit on this album but it is a solid compilation that is worth the download and listen.