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Given that Boi-1da is an in-house producer for OVO Sound, Drake's record label, and Kendrick Lamar's "The Blacker The Berry" was a single from his GRAMMY-winning album To Pimp a Butterfly, none of his three favorite beat selections should come as a surprise.
Interestingly, though, none of Boi-1da's three beat selections are among his most commercially successful records, which are, in order: Eminem's "Not Afraid" (Diamond), Rihanna's "Work" (5x Platinum) and Drake's "Best I Ever Had" (2x Platinum).