Hit-Boy responds to Hitmaka saying he’s getting more radio airplay

After Hit the eye suggested that he gets a lot more radio listenership than Hit Boythe producer and rapper responded with a preview of what appears to be a diss track.

“They’re taking me into the darkness,” a clip shared by Rory Farrell from the Rory & Mal the podcast begins, showing Hit-Boy rapping with casual production in his studio. “Listen I’m usually homies with producers I’m compared to / But on this one I mean I lay down, more leg room / I don’t really know man he looks of a cool cat / But I never once heard Metro Boomin go boom bap,” he rapped in the clip. “Never heard a Southside beat without an 808 in it / HB in drunk driver mode, I veer off in all lanes with it.”

After dropping the name Metro Boumin And South sideHe then turned his attention to Mustard. “I fuck with Mustard, he can do that ratchet shit with his eyes closed / But now I’m starting to wonder if that nigga can cut the soul?” he continued, before finally aiming his bars at Hitmaka, who was previously known as Yung Berg. “I just saw Yung Berg talking on the wave, I should do it like Trick Trick and rip his name off,” he rapped. “I had decoded the game, I had the coldest days / I’m like Bieber on his cruise, how you don’t have credits without co-producers?”

The bars come shortly after Hitmaka suggests he’s a better producer than Hit-Boy because more of his records are getting airplay. “You see, but I’m on the radio; Hit-Boy is not on the radio,” Hitmaka said during a Hot 97 interview with Ebro Darden. “No, I love Hit-Boy. Hit-Boy is a legendary producer, he’s been doing this a lot longer than me, he’s a great dude. But I keep a B, though…if you play the tape original of your life for four or five years on the radio, I know it must be frustrating for him because my name is so similar, brother.

In a comment on the post, Hitmaka made it clear that he wasn’t impressed with what Hit-Boy had to say on the track. “This is mean and punchlines from over a decade ago still won’t be on the radio. I expect more from you king,” he wrote alongside laughing emojis.

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