UPDATE: Click “Watch Video” for the brand new visuals to Old School Caddy.
Noted hip-hop producer Hit-Boy is continuing his foray into rap with the release of Old School Caddy, a single that marks the musician’s second DJBooth feature as an emcee. Hit-Boy continues to flaunt his surprising lyrical prowess on the record, which also features Mr. Solo Dolo himself, Kid Cudi. The Cali-born wordsmith and beatmaker pulls double duty on the slightly nostalgic Old School Caddy, providing the song with its audibly pleasing, scratch-heavy production. While Cudi and Hit-Boy make for quite the unexpected lyrical pairing, both emcee’s are nothing short of solid on the record. Also, I think a hearty “welcome back” is in order for Cudi, who seemed to have left the hardcore rapping on the back-burner up until today’s release. As with his previous release Jay-Z Interview, Old School Caddy is not yet attached to any project from Hit-Boy.
Written by Danielle H. on 08/19/12
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