The G.O.O.D Music crew stopped by Hot 97 to talk with Flex before the release of their highly-anticipated album “Cruel Summer.” Through the interview, they had to jump on some track beats. CyHi really impressed with his barz…
“G.O.O.D would’ve been GOD except I added more O’s”
The G.O.O.D music album “Cruel Summer” tracklist has been revealed. Cruel Summer is a 12-track project by Kanye West, Big Sean, Pusha T, D’banj, Common, Kid CuDi, Cyhi da Prince, Tayena Taylor. Guest features from R.Kelly, Reakwon, John Legend, Ma$e, and more.
01. To The World (Kanye West & R. Kelly)
02. Clique (Kanye West, Jay-Z & Big Sean) Read the rest of this entry
G.O.O.D Music “Cruel Summer” group cover Complex magazine on its August/September 2012 issue (New Religion) . The cover art pictures 8 faces formed as a cross; Kanye West, Common, Kid Cudi, Pusha T, Big Sean, 2 Chainz, John Legend , Q-Tip and more.
Back to our Nigerian G.O.O.D fella, it’s pretty obvious D’banj won’t be featured on the album — maybe he’ll play the harmonica. Maybe.
The cover design, photographed by NABIL. Cruel Summer compilation drops September 4th. Read the full cover interview HERE
The two rappers have turned a mic fight into a fist fight. According to MediaTakeOut Drake and Common got into a fist fight backstage at the Grammys.
Common who officially pulled the white flag in his interview at the grammys red carpet, called off his beef with Drake(Drake already called it off a week earlier). Later, the two rappers ran into each other at the backstage. Common was with one of his boy, and Drake was with a couple goons — Drake said something and Common said something back . . . there was a commotion. All of a sudden, Drake punched common in the chest. Common walked away and plain clothes police escorted him back to his seat.
So what’s next, more beef records, drive-by or an entire crew war?
1. Drake Won’t Engage In Beef With Common Anymore – as far as he’s concerned the situation is not a hip-hop moment or a battle for the sake of musical integrity’– it’s a ploy for attention around the release of an album.
2. “The Motto” Hits Platinum – his track “The Motto” featuring Lil Wayne and Tyga has reached the million mark and will land at 16 on the Billboard 100.
3. Drake And Tattoo Artist Squash Beef – Drizzy and a Los Angeles tattoo artist Kevin Campbell were at war for inking Drake’s name on a female fan’s forehead. Drake went to L.A and sent his bodyguard to the tattoo artist’s store. No one knew what went down, but definitely not something physical.
On January 25, Kevin Campbell tweeted at Drake, “Nice talking to you buddy, glad everything’s cleared up. It’s good that something positive came out of this whole fiasco. Stay up. Drake beef officially squashed…Everybody can now move on. Only positivity from here on out.”
4. Drake Remains Top-Selling Hip-Hop Album On Billboard 200 Chart – Take Care album remains the top selling hip-hop album with a grand total of 1,320,600 and still counting.
5. Drizzy Club Paradise Tour – will kick off on Valentine’s Day; the same day fellow Young Money family member Nicki Minaj drops her album Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded) in Miami before circling 17 cities in North America. Also he will be joined by Kendrick Lamar, The Weekend, and A$AP Rocky.
6. Y.O.L.O (You Only Live Once) Mixtape – Drake is yet to release a tape project in collaboration with Rick Ross. “The music is most definitely official, Ross said. But, you know, me being a boss, I’m trying to find a way that we could put that on the shelves for the world, baby.”