Here is an unofficial video for Kanye West and Pusha T‘s Cruel Summer collaboration “New God Flow” that I stumbled upon on the web created by G.O.O.D. Music fan BeAnIdea. The unofficial video features recent clips of performances, interviews, photoshoots and more that featured Yeezy and Pusha, blended with Kanye‘s signature mirror and strobe effects, Illuminati imagery, nature shots and more. It’s a slow day. Ha.
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Trouble goes in on the heavily remixed instrumental for Juicy J‘s single “Bands A Make Her Dance”. This track will live on his upcoming mixtape SCOOBStrumentals.
It has become one of the cherished trends in Hip-Hop to build a team of talent. Some being better than others, artists and label heads alike have made themselves players in a game where to win you recruit the best artists that can benefit the team you’re creating. Playing their position, they act as soldiers (or for a select few in each unit, more of a leader) as they represent their team in every sense, while on the road to revealing their music and improving the growth of their fanbase. Lil Wayne did it in creating Young Money, we’ve seen Rick Ross do it with Maybach Music and more, each group going as far as releasing projects to solidify the team and show what they’re capable of once they come together. The case is no different with G.O.O.D Music.
It’s been stated previously that growth in an artist can sometimes hinder their progression where the fans care the most. The curse is far from fresh: the more fame an artist gets, the less powerful the lyrics tend to become. That said one artist who has managed to hold his own with that claim is G.O.O.D’s own Big Sean. He is one album into the game with more than a few mixtapes out in the streets and he hasn’t forgotten what he built that captivated the ear of the fans in the first place. That’s exactly why hes releasing Detroit to remind them that he’s still working and that his growth is guaranteed.
On the latest track to be released from DJ Drama‘s upcoming Quality Street Music album titled “Imma Hater” , Waka Flocka, Tyler, The Creator and D-Bo connect for an Odd Future and Bricksquad collaboration dedicated to the haters.
Ryan Leslie liberates the official remix to his song “Swiss Francs” featuring French rapper Booba. Les Is More drops October 23rd.
R&B singer K’Jon enlists the services of 2 Chainz for his new single “Ex Amnesia”. This is off his album Moving On available on iTunes now.
Ya Boy unleashes this brand new cut “These Drugs” featuring Vain. Produced by Nizzy J.
Consequence and Pooch Hall throw a pool party for the visuals to their “Something Light” track. Directed by Consequence, Pooch Hall & Brian Petchers.
Take a look at the cover of 50 Cent and Jeff O’Connell’s upcoming fitness book “Formula 50″. In the book 50 reveals his strategic six-week workout plan for achieving a ripped body and developing the mental toughness to stay in shape for your whole life.
The book won’t be out in time for Christmas, but you can pick it up on December 27th at your local bookstore. It is also available for pre-order on Amazon now.