The release of Hit-upcoming Boy’s studio album “Surf Or Drown” is set for this week on Friday, March 24th, and is less than two days away. With his most recent effort, the Californian reunited with Nas.
While Hit-Boy teams up with his go-to partner Nas for a brand-new song named “The Tide,” the great producer decides to share additional brand-new music before the album’s release, along with some new music videos.
In contrast to his previous release “Slipping Into Darkness” featuring The Alchemist, Hit-most Boy’s recent project with Nas explores a wider variety of his production abilities. “The Tide” is divided into two sections: a heartfelt section and a fast-flow boastful lyrics.
Nas and Hit-Boy trade bars over a hazy, aqueous backdrop in the album’s second half, while the first half concentrates on a vintage approach that aided Nas to revive his career with “King’s Disease.” They combine their unmistakable harmony yet again as they go further into the conceited bars for the song.
Both members of King’s Disease brought catchy flows and some profound bars. As he reflects on his accomplishment and the envy of others that persisted in his circle throughout his 30-plus-year career, Nas echoes those same viewpoints.
Hit-Boy starts the tune off by rapping with a chip on his shoulder. He discusses the pressure he put on himself to succeed on “Surf Or Drown” as well as the sobering realities surrounding the documented deaths of musicians like Takeoff and PNB Rock.
On Friday, March 24th, Hit-Boy’s “Surf Or Drown” will be released with a stellar cast of contributors. During the course of the 11 tracks album, Hit-Boy join forces with top artists including Dom Kennedy, Curren$y, James Fauntleroy, Avelino, and others in addition to Nas and The Alchemist.