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The supposed tracklist for the upcoming G.O.O.D. Music album, Cruel Summer, dropped late last week and one of the more interesting songs listed was number two, called “Clique.” The tune stood out from the project’s dozen tracks since besides Kanye West and Big sean it features one Jay-Z, who held a small music festival in Philadelphia this past weekend. Now we get the single artwork, which isn’t a big jump from recent G.O.O.D. music creative (black background, red lettering), but we do get word that it is produced by Hit-Boy.

If all goes to plan, Cruel Summer will be in stores September 18th, giving you three days to bump the album before it’s actually fall.

No word on when the song will actually leak, but check out the artwork for “Clique” after the break.

[Spotted at Fake Shore Drive]


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