Multi-platinum award-winning and Grammy-nominated record producer D. Hill, best known for co-producing Drake and Future’s biggest hit “Life Is Good”, has died, according to producer Mojo Krazy and other different sources.
D. Hill had been having an outstanding recent years as a producer in rap, putting production credit on Drake and Future on “Desires” in addition to “Life Is Good.” He also produced songs for Lil Wayne and Lil Uzi Vert.
D. Hill has recently reflected on 9x platinum single “Life Is Good” on Instagram, saying: “I was poor as hell, wondering how I was going to eat and pay my $250 roommate fee. Thank you, Jesus.”
Mannnnn not my bro D Hill 🥀😔 RIP brother you left some historyyy on earth 🤍
— OZ (@ozmusicproducer) October 14, 2021
— CASH GOD (@CashMoneyAp) October 14, 2021
I hope what I’m hearing is not true about D Hill somebody fill me in
— TM88 (@TM88) October 14, 2021
RIP D. HILL 🕊🙏🏾
— A REID (@RockstarReid) October 14, 2021
Rest Easy Lil Bro 💔 .. FREEBANDZ 4Ever @dhillprod
— RICHIE SOUF (@RichieSouf) October 14, 2021