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For a surprise that shouldn’t be a surprise when you really think about it, Kanye West and his G.O.O.D. Music gang of rappers (Common, Big Sean, Pusha T) closed out the first day of Jay-Z’s “Made In America” festival. After Hova announced they’re arrival, Pusha dropped the first verse (from the “Don’t Like (Remix)”) and even from the video you can tell that the crowd went 4Loko. All the vital tracks were cover included Yeezy’s “Can’t Tell Me Nothing” and “Cold” as well as “New God Flow,” “Dance (A$$)” and “Mercy.” Pusha Ton  is definitely a problem when he’s on stage, word to Ric Flair.

Of course, the last song performed was “Ni–as In Paris.” G.O.O.D. Music’s album, Cruel Summer, is now set to drop on September 18th and its tracklist was recently revealed.

Watch G.O.O.D. Music tear down Philly after the break. 

[Spotted at Mr. World Premiere]


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