Hit-Boy gave his fans a reason to dust off their old MySpace accounts -- or sign up for the revamped site -- after he teamed up with the site to stream the first compilation album from his Hits Since '87 record label.
The project, titled All I've Ever Dreamed Of, features the rapper and Grammy Award-winning "Ni**as in Paris" producer alongside HS87 artists K. Roosevelt and Audio Push. Common, Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, SchoolBoy Q, Juicy J and Method Man also drop in on the album.
So why release an album via MySpace? It's a full-circle moment for Hit-Boy, whose career took off in 2006, after Polow Da Don ran across a handful of Hit's beats on the website. Polow reached out to Hit-Boy with a quick Myspace message: "Let's get this paper," and the rest is history.
The complete All I've Ever Dreamed Of album will be available for download March 19 on Hit-Boy’s website.
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