Kanye West and Hit-Boy confirmed they worked together on new song Eazy and shared new videos from the studio
Kanye West and Hit-Boy are finally working together again after several years of bickering and strife, on West’s new song, Eazy.
Hit-Boy (born Chauncey Alexander Hollis Jr.), 34, recently confirmed producing West, 44, dubbed Eazy’s new track featuring The Game, which was released on Friday.
Ye and Hit-Boy then took to their respective Instagram accounts on Monday, sharing a studio video of Hit-Boy and his son.
Together: Kanye West and Hit-Boy finally work together after several years of beef and strife, on new song by West Eazy
“Trying to program 808s and be a dad at the same time isn’t EAZY with C3,” Hit-Boy said in the caption, while tagging both West and The Game.
The video showed Hit-Boy juggling his job and his very active child at the same time.
West also shared the video on his verified Instagram on Monday, though he didn’t add a caption to the post.
Not easy: “Trying to program 808s and be a dad at the same time isn’t EAZY with C3,” Hit-Boy said in the caption, while tagging both West and The Game.
When the track Eazy was released, the credits listed Hit-Boy as producer alongside contributors Mike Dean and Big Duke.
Hit-Boy also clarified their partnership in an Instagram comment after Eazy’s release, stating, “Me and Ye are working again.”
He also posted photos of himself and West in the studio, along with a tweet that read, “If Ye & Hit-Boy rockin’ like it’s 2012, we’re definitely gonna get some HEAT.”
Back to work: Hit-Boy also clarified their partnership in an Instagram comment after Eazy’s release, saying, “Me and Ye are back to work.”
The tweet referenced Hit-Boy’s work with West on the GOOD Music Cruel Summer compilation.
The rapper/producer hadn’t worked with West in several years, which he addressed in a September 2020 Instagram post that was ultimately deleted.
“I’m not a fan of Kanye on a personal/human level anymore since he said to my face that he stopped picking my beats because I worked with Beyoncé,” Hit-Boy said.
Studio: He also posted photos of him and West in the studio, along with a tweet that read, ‘If Ye & Hit-Boy rockin’ like it’s 2012, we’re definitely gonna get HEAT’
“This is after I produced n*ggas in paris, clique, and a myriad of other songs/projects for him and his label GOOD Music over the 2 years I was signed to them,” said he added.
West took umbrage at her assertion, saying in an all-caps tweet that he “had no problem with him producing for Beyonce” but he did have a problem that he was signed to her label GOOD Music from 2012 to 2013. and he never knew about it.
Hit-Boy clarified in December that he signed a “management deal” with Good Music where West was, “getting 20% of what I did no matter what,” and “he never got anything. said” that he was unhappy with the arrangement.
Management: Hit-Boy clarified in December that he signed a ‘management deal’ with Good Music where West was, ‘getting 20% of what I did no matter what’ and ‘he didn’t never said anything” that he was unhappy with the arrangement