Brian Bailey (born 1974), better known by his stage nameHittman, is an American rapper. Hittman joined Dr. Dre's Aftermath Entertainment in 1998, and although he has released a solo album, Hittmanic Verses, Hittman is best known for his contributions to Dr. Dre's multi-platinum selling album 2001, with appearances on 10 of the album's 22 tracks. This makes him the most represented of 2001's more than twenty guest artists. Hittman was originally supposed to release Murda Weapon in 2000, on Aftermath, however, the album was shelved and Hittman left Aftermath in October 2001.
In 2006, he released his solo debut, Hittmanic Verses, on Sickbay Records. Bishop Lamont confirmed in an interview with Dubcnn that Hittman is working on Dr. Dre's last album Detox.