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DJ Premier Reveals Which Nas & Hit-Boy Album He ‘Connected’ With Most

DJ Premier has revealed which of Nas and Hit-Boy’s six albums from their recently concluded run resonates with him the most, stating his fondness for where it all began.

On Monday (September 17), the 36-year-old beatmaker shared all the album covers from his two series with his East Coast partner, captioning the Instagram post: “Which one did you connect with the most on first listen?”

Not long after the post went live, Preemo commented: “KD1 IMMEDIATELY…Had me on the highway and in the hood windows down halfway Volume Up and Sunroof Back…”

Fellow veteran producer Young Guru also chimed in, sharing that “KD3 & Magic3” were his picks.

A little later, Hit-Boy added in the comments section: “i’m just realizing we made and dropped 3 albums in the last 10 months [mind-blown emoji].”

Nas and Hit-Boy have had a historic run since joining forces in 2020. With the release of Magic 3 last week, the duo has finally called it a day and retired their partnership.

Hit-Boy Spoke Nas Partnership Into Existence Almost A Decade Before ‘King’s Disease’

The cross-coast superduo released six albums in four years, adding up to two trilogies and a Grammy win for Best Rap Album in 2020 for King’s Disease.

“He’s like my Quincy [Jones], you know what I mean?” Nas said about Hit-Boy during a 2021 interview with Apple Music’s Ebro Darden. “So I feel like the next thing I do, if I was to work with Hit-Boy on the next thing I do, I think that we might do something that is going to be magical.”

In the same spirit, Hit-Boy has also flaunted his lethal connection in the studio with Nas.

“It’s just me and Nas in the studio,” he said during an after-party for King’s Disease 2. “There be n-ggas in the studio. It’s just me and bro, bro. Do y’all hear this shit? It’s just me and this n-gga in the studio. He’s barred up, I’m making beats. No hooplah.

“We not on fuckin’ Twitter botherin’ y’all. We not on IG Live putting a weird-ass stream up, n-gga. We doin’ this shit for real though, n-gga! Stop playin’!”



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