Metro Boomin and Hitmaka have responded to Hit-Boy after he dissed them on an unreleased song.

The King’s Disease composer took aim at a number of fellow producers on the track, which was previewed in a video posted on Instagram by Rory & Mal podcast co-host Rory Farrell on Wednesday (March 8).

I’m usually homeboys with producers I get compared to, but on this one I want to say I’m stretched out, extra leg room/ I don’t really know dude, he seem like a cool cat/ But I never once heard Metro Boomin do boom bap,” he rapped.

Metro Boomin took to Twitter on Thursday (March 9) to seemingly respond to Hit-Boy’s song by quoting Kendrick Lamar‘s “Rich Spirit” lyrics: “Stop playin’ with me ‘fore I turn you to a song.”

Hit-Boy also took shots at Hitmaka, who earlier this week claimed he’s a better producer than the Surf Club soundman because he has more songs on the radio.

I just seen Yung Berg spoke on the wave, I should do him like Trick Trick and snatch Hit out his name/ I had decoded the game, I had the coldest of days/ I’m like Bieber on his cruise, how you got no credits without co-producers?” Hit-Boy rapped.

In a comment on HipHopDX‘s Instagram post, Hitmaka fired back by writing: “All I said was he ain’t making radio/mainstream shit and he dissed us on a beat that won’t never touch mainstream or radio. Solidified my statement.”

Metro Boomin & Hitmaka Respond To Hit-Boy's Diss Song

Hitmaka initially responded to the song in Rory’s Instagram comments with: “@hitboy I really just listened…. is this your like attempt to do whatever Kendrick did on that big Sean record for producers?? [laughing face emojis].”

He added: “U ARE A TERRIBLE ARTIST. SEND ME BEATS PLS [laughing face emojis].”

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Hit-Boy’s song, which was produced by The Alchemist, also called out Mustard by challenging him to change his production style.

I fuck with Mustard, he can make that ratchet shit with his eyes closed/ But now I’m starting to wonder can that n-gga chop soul?” he rapped.

In addition, Hit-Boy threw shade at Southside‘s signature trap sound, rapping: “I never heard a Southside beat without an 808 in it / HB in drunk-driver mode, I swerve in every lane with it.”