In line with Hit-Boy, Roddy Ricch hasn’t reached out to him since they produced the Grammy award-winning single. HB shared this remark throughout his recent appearance on Akademiks’ Off The File podcast the place he questioned why he hasn’t collab’d along with his fellow Californian in current instances.
“The primary beat I ever performed n***as, the primary music we ever did inside 10 minutes of realizing one another, we received a Grammy. How the fuck have we not locked in on extra music? I don’t get it,” he stated. “Possibly it’s not for me to get.”
After all, these feedback made their means again to Roddy Ricch. The Compton rapper then clarified that they’ve labored on loads of music since “Racks In The Center.”
“We’ve acquired lots of music collectively so I used to be kinda confused by it,” he instructed DJ Clue. Roddy additionally felt that Hit-Boy ought to’ve addressed the difficulty privately, fairly than on a podcast.
“I don’t know, I don’t be on the media with n***as, you’re feeling me?” Roddy stated. “I’ve acquired lots of music with him and if it come out, it do. If not, you already know, we’re blessed to have a Grammy collectively and I be glad about shit like that.”
“There’s most likely lots of producers that really feel that means. As West Coast n***as, we should always at all times deal with sure issues with out the cameras on,” he continued.
Regardless of Hit-Boy’s grievances, he’s having one hell of a yr. Together with producing data for Beyoncé and others, he lately dropped of the third installment in his and Nas’s Oking’s Disease sequence. Their first collaborative effort collectively helped Nas earn the primary Grammy award of his profession.
As for Roddy Ricch, he’s driving excessive off of the discharge of Feed Tha Streets III, which is aiming for a high 10 debut on the charts subsequent week.