Mixing kick and bass in hip hop is a tricky task. Very often, the kick and bass will clash with each other, resulting in a clashing of frequencies. It is important to notch out certain frequencies in both the kick and bass to give each sound its own separate space. This is arguably one of the most important aspects of mixing, especially in hip hop, where the low end is so important, and drives records. If you guys have any questions regarding mixing kick and bass in hip hop, or any other genre, feel free to shoot me and email, or leave a comment below and I will be sure to help you out!
Also, please note that these numbers I am using when mixing kick and bass in my own record, will be different with your kick and bass in your record. These numbers are just used for example!