Benny The Butcher and Hit-Boy were spotted in the studio following Sunday night’s (February 5) Grammy Awards and the Griselda rapper took to social media to tease more heat between the lethal duo on the way.
“It’s almost my turn again…Me and @hitboy undefeated,” Benny captioned the post featuring a clip of him freestyling to a booming Hit-Boy beat.
Benny and Hit previously teamed up for their Burden of Proof joint effort in 2020 and fans, as well as their celebrity friends, are looking forward to what’s to come next.
E-40, CyHi The Prynce, Desus Nice, G Herbo, Conway The Machine, Armani Caesar, 38 Spesh and more all gave their stamp of approval in the comment section.
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“Work I’m cuttin more times than Kyrie been traded,” Benny can be heard rapping with a timely shot at superstar guard Kyrie Irving, who was traded from the Brooklyn Nets to the Dallas Mavericks on Sunday.
Footage emerged of Benny and Hit-Boy in the studio in September 2022 so there appears to be plenty of bullets in the chamber if they choose to treat fans in 2023.
Burden Of Proof was released on October 16, 2020, and debuted at No. 27 on the Billboard 200 with about 19,000 equivalent album units.
]The album was the first collaboration between the two and featured Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Big Sean, Dom Kennedy, Queen Naija, Westside Gunn, Conway the Machine and Freddie Gibbs.
Hit-Boy had an eventful 2022, so much so it earned him HipHopDX’s Best Producer of 2022 title. He collaborated on joint projects with Dreezy and Pacman Da Gunman while contributing to Beyoncé’s Renaissance, The Game’s Drillmatic, Ab-Soul’s Herbert, Conway The Machine’s God Don’t Make Mistakes and YG’s I Got Issues, among other albums.
Hit-Boy then ended the year strong with King’s Disease III, his fourth collaboration with Nas in three years and the latest installment in their Grammy-winning series.