Jay-Z and Kanye West might give it up for Paris on their Watch the Throne single, but the international party anthem is now #1 in the U.S.

Last week, "N---as in Paris" snagged the top spot on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop chart. Producer Hit-Boy couldn't be more ecstatic, especially considering that he initially submitted Jay and 'Ye other records that at the time seemed to be bigger than "Paris."

"The crazy thing about the 'Paris' record is that record just came out of nowhere, pretty much," Hit-Boy told MTV News last week. "I did other records that were talked about being singles and all types of stuff, so I was hyped over those records."

Instead, the superstar duo chose to run with "N---as in Paris," a brash celebration of success over a bouncy beat, mashed up with Will Ferrell sound bites.

Though it was Hit-Boy who came up with the initial version of the track, he credits 'Ye with the addition of the former "SNL" funnyman. "Genius. That's just the genius that 'Ye is. He always comes up with these ideas that just takes music to a whole 'nother level," Hit-Boy gushed. "Just something that's never been done before."

Ferrell was also pretty excited about being included on the song. "I was completely flattered when they asked if they could sample me into the song," Ferrell told MTV News about the track's "Blades of Glory" quotes. "And when I heard it for the first time, I just started to laugh because it felt so surreal. But I really did like the song."

Not only is "Paris" killing the radio, but while on tour, Hov and Yeezy perform the fan favorite multiple times in a single night. During the tour's opening night on October 28 in Atlanta, the duo rocked the single twice; the next night they performed it three times.

When Hit-Boy caught one of the two Madison Square Garden shows in New York at the beginning of November, he was blown away hearing his track repeatedly."It was amazing," he said. "I've never heard of that being done before, like a song being performed multiple times. That made me feel super special."

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