Hip-Hop legend Nas finally won a long-overdue Grammy on Sunday night for his critically acclaimed King’s Disease (Best Rap Album). And one other person who shares in that victory is California producer, Hit-Boy. The 33-year-old, born Chauncey Hollis, executive produced Mr. Jones’ twelfth solo studio offering.
Before King’s Disease, Hit-Boy won a Grammy in 2013 for producing the Jay-Z and Kanye West highlight, “Niggas in Paris” (Best Rap Song). And he also won in 2020 for his participation on the Nipsey Hussle record, “Racks in the Middle” (Best Rap Performance).