There are a ton of football puns you can make about Hit-Boy’s latest anthem, “TD Celebration”. One, it comes just days before Super Bowl 50 but the “Woo” producer isn’ concerned with The Big Game going down in the Bay Area. Instead, “TD Celebration” features Donnie Trumpet of The Social Experiment and buzzing Queens rapper Rich The Kid and serves as the lead single to Hit-Boy’s Zoomin’ 2 tape. The original featured Pusha T, Quentin Miller and others and was released last September.

To Hit-Boy, “TD Celebration” is motivation music as he and Rich The Kid provide plenty of sports references on the high-level track while Donnie Trumpet lives up to his namesake with the horn work. “I wanted to follow up with a sequel to give the people more music to live to and feel motivated by,” Hit-Boy said of Zoomin’ 2. In regards to “TD Celebration”, the HS87 leader said he felt that he wanted to give people, “a bounce and feeling they could celebrate with”.

Here’s what Hit-Boy told SPIN about the record.

I’ve been working with Rich the Kid for a minute now, and I found a record I thought he would shine on, in the pocket, so I had to throw him on it. Me and Donnie (Trumpet) have done a ton of work over the past few years, so having him play trumpet on this record took it to a crazier level and gave it a richer, epic feeling.

Stream “TD Celebration” below. Zoomin’ 2 from Hit-Boy is coming soon.


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