Boi-1da, Jamaican-Canadian record producer and songwriter based in Toronto and Grammy nominee for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical. at in Toronto.
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Behind the Beats: These Hip-Hop Producers Are the Hottest in the Game Right Now

Hip-hop's rich history saw legendary producers like Dr. Dre and Timbaland rise to fame. But who are the best hip-hop producers on the scene right now? Find out here.


Oct. 23 2023, Published 5:59 p.m. ET

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The likes of Dr. Dre, Timbaland, and Pharrell Williams have produced iconic beats that have topped charts and resonated with fans from all over.

But what about today? Who's setting the charts on fire and crafting the beats that are taking over the internet and the world at large? We thought you'd never ask.

Here is a closer look at the hottest hip-hop producers in the game right now — from their viral hits to the artists they've collaborated with and the accolades they've won.

If you haven't heard of these trailblazers yet, we bet you will soon.

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Metro Boomin

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Metro Boomin (C) attends the world premiere of "Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse" at Regency Village Theatre.

Metro Boomin, whose real name is Leland Wayne, is a young but incredibly influential hip-hop producer. He's known for his unique blend of trap and hip-hop and has produced chart-topping hits.

One of his most notable accomplishments is working with Future on the hit track "Mask Off," which climbed the Billboard charts and earned platinum certification.

Metro Boomin has also teamed up with artists like the Migos, Post Malone, and 21 Savage to create hits that have become anthems.

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DJ Mustard

Mustard (formerly DJ Mustard) is another heavyweight in the world of hip-hop production.

He's renowned for his signature sound that blends West Coast funk with contemporary hip-hop. Mustard's production skills have earned him several top spots on the charts.

His collaborations with artists like YG, Ty Dolla $ign, and Ella Mai have resulted in some unforgettable tracks. "Rack City" by Tyga and "My N***a" by YG, both produced by Mustard, have achieved massive success and are still crowd favorites.

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Cardo Got Wings

Cardo, whose real name is Ronald LaTour, has made waves with his unique approach to making beats. He's best known for his work with some of the genre's biggest names, including but not limited to Kendrick Lamar and Travis Scott.

Cardo's production on tracks like "Goosebumps" by Travis Scott and "King's Dead" from the Black Panther soundtrack have made him one of the biggest producers in the game right now.

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ATL Jacob

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ATL Jacob attends the BET Hip Hop Awards 2023 at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center.

ATL Jacob is one emerging hip-hop producer who you should not sleep on. His distinctive style blends elements of trap and R&B, creating a fresh new sound.

He's known for his work with artists like Young Thug, Gunna, and Lil Baby, producing hits like "Ski" and "What's the Move," which have become fan favorites.

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Tay Keith

Tay Keith gained widespread recognition for his work on BlocBoy JB's "Look Alive," which featured Drake. The track topped the charts and became a hip-hop sensation.

Tay Keith has also lent his production skills to artists like Kanye West and 21 Savage. He consistently delivers hits that resonate with fans.

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Boi-1da has a well-deserved reputation as one of the most highly respected producers in the industry.

Whether it's a massive hit or one of his lesser-known gems, one thing remains consistent – the quality of Boi-1da's production is always reliable.

Boi-1da's discography includes chart-topping hits like "Forever" by Lil Wayne and Drake. His contributions to the rap genre have solidified his status as a powerhouse producer.

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