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K. Roosevelt Featuring Pell “Str8 Up”

With Hit-Boy and Audio Push already making waves as acts, it could be time for HS87's K. Roosevelt to get his shine. Fresh off the Los Angeles Leakers' The 2015 Draft Picks mixtape, K

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G-Unit’s 5 New Remixes, Ranked

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Hit-Boy and his powerhouse HS87 crew have one goal in the music industry: putting the nostalgic warmth that they remembered as children back into music. Back in September 2013, Hit-Boy preached the same message to XXL. "Just trying to recreate vibes that I got when I was a kid," said Hit. "I can remember my mom playing quality music. I’m not trying to make no shit that I don’t feel like it's quality and get it out to the people. I’m just trying to recreate the vibe, man."

That vibe is evident on HS87's recent collaborative project We The Plug, which dropped earlier this month. That's only possible if you have a group of people who are in sync with the same goal, producing quality music. Rappers BMac The Queen, Audio Push's Price and Oktane, N.No and Kent M$ney, as well as producers S. Dot, B. Carr, Rey Reel and Haze Banga and do-it-all singer/producer/drummer K. Roosevelt have all contributed to the sound of HS87. Hit-Boy brought most of the crew—minus K. Roosevelt, Rey Reel, S. Dot and Haze Banga, who were all at work in the studio—by the XXL office to talk about restoring integrity into music, hearing G-Unit remix their song and being The Plug of hip-hop. —Emmanuel C.M.
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Hit-Boy And HS87 Set Their Sights On Global Domination

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Watch Hit Boy And The HS87 Crew’s New Video “Grindin My Whole Life”

Hit Boy and the HS87 crew presents the video for "Grindin My Whole Life." Speaking of their ruthless grind and by any means necessary attitudes, the group unveils a quite dope visual...

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Hit-Boy And HS87 “Grindin’ My Whole Life”

Hit-Boy’s HS87 crew is delivering a compilation titled We The Plug sometime this year. “Grindin’ My Whole Life” is their introductory song that features ill verses from selected members, including Hit...

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Audio Push Have Reinvented Themselves As Hit-Boy’s Secret Weapon

Second chances are hard to come by in life, and especially in hip-hop: your first impression is usually your destiny. So back in 2009 when Audio Push came out with “Teach Me How To Jerk,” the impression most had about the duo were that they were one-hit wonders...

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Hit-Boy Is Trying To Recreate Quality Vibes With His HS87 Imprint, Audio Push Project

Today, Drake officially drops his highly anticipated third studio album, Nothing Was The Same, in stores nationwide. NWTS leaked onto the Internet last week, allowing fans to get an early listen of the project; however, a few days later, Drizzy hinted at some additional songs that he's itching to drop...

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HS87: Hit-Boy and Audio Push “Switch Up (Remix)

Hit-Boy and Audio Push releases a HS87 remix to Big Sean's "Switch Up" single. The two artists do the beat justice--great remix to a good song...

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HS87 ft. ScHoolboy Q, Casey Veggies, Xzibit, Rick Ross, Method Man, Redman & Raekwon “Cypher”

Gather 'round. Hit-Boy invites a slew of his current and past favorite MCs to touch the mic on this track off HS87's compilation, All I Ever Dreamed Of, which drops in three days...

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