Rapper Hittman addresses fallout between him and “The Doc” in a verse slated to drop this month. In a song titled The Humble Hustle , Hittman gets a few things to get off of his chest. Hittman is featured on the song with rapper/songwriter Asoka and details his involvement with Aftermath Entertainment’s CEO. Here’s a few lines from Hittman’s verse.:
“Spitting for Andre til he said ‘Stop, that’s all I gotta hear’. Then and right there, dreamed of ballin’ and gear All-in-all an illustrious career Well, I thought wrong. Thought I was on. Got hella gonged. Now I’m on Kickstarter pledging like a telethon for project funding Sometimes stepping stones are really blocks for stumbling, Opting out my contract, was it a smart or dumb thing .The block is mumbling My hustle’s not a fun thing. It’s stressful and humbling, for real.”
The Aftermath protege made his claim to fame on Dr Dre’s 2001 classic album , appearing on 10 of the songs off the album. Just in case you forgot, here’s the video for Forgot About Dre, where towards the end, Hittman spits a verse at the 4:15 mark.