DJ Premier has revealed which of Nas and Hit-Boy’s six albums from their lately concluded run resonates with him essentially the most, stating his fondness for the place all of it started.
On Monday (September 17), the 36-year-old beatmaker shared all of the album covers from his two sequence along with his East Coast associate, captioning the Instagram put up: “Which one did you join with essentially the most on first hear?”
Not lengthy after the put up went dwell, Preemo commented: “KD1 IMMEDIATELY…Had me on the freeway and within the hood home windows down midway Quantity Up and Sunroof Again…”
Fellow veteran producer Younger Guru additionally chimed in, sharing that “KD3 & Magic3” had been his picks.
Just a little later, Hit-Boy added within the feedback part: “i’m simply realizing we made and dropped 3 albums within the final 10 months [mind-blown emoji].”
Nas and Hit-Boy have had a historic run since becoming a member of forces in 2020. With the discharge of Magic 3 final week, the duo has lastly known as it a day and retired their partnership.
The cross-coast superduo launched six albums in 4 years, including as much as two trilogies and a Grammy win for Greatest Rap Album in 2020 for King’s Illness.
“He’s like my Quincy [Jones], what I imply?” Nas stated about Hit-Boy throughout a 2021 interview with Apple Music’s Ebro Darden. “So I really feel like the following factor I do, if I used to be to work with Hit-Boy on the following factor I do, I believe that we’d do one thing that’s going to be magical.”
In the identical spirit, Hit-Boy has additionally flaunted his deadly connection within the studio with Nas.
“It’s simply me and Nas within the studio,” he stated throughout an after-party for King’s Illness 2. “There be n-ggas within the studio. It’s simply me and bro, bro. Do y’all hear this shit? It’s simply me and this n-gga within the studio. He’s barred up, I’m making beats. No hooplah.
“We not on fuckin’ Twitter botherin’ y’all. We not on IG Stay placing a weird-ass stream up, n-gga. We doin’ this shit for actual although, n-gga! Cease playin’!”