Hit-Boy's production credits were already impressive prior to December 2010 as he had worked with the likes of 50 Cent, Eminem, and Snoop Dogg. But it was then that he created a permanent space on our radar thanks to his work on Kanye West's "Christmas in Harlem." Hit-Boy impressed more than just our writing staff and readers, though. Apparently Yeezy was taken by the Fontana, Calif. producer's work and began working on a deal to sign him to G.O.O.D. Music roster. Hit-Boy confirmed his placement on the label a few days ago in an interview with Vibe.
Read a snippet of their chat below and peep the rest here.
VIBE.com: You finally signed to G.O.O.D Music, huh [Laughs]?
Hit-Boy: Yeah, man it’s definitely official. We’ve got a lot of things going with Kanye West right now. Just be on the lookout. I'm a part of the production team, so I’ll be working on various projects over there, pretty much everybody from Cudi to 'Ye to Big Sean—everybody.
You can stream "Christmas in Harlem" below.
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