Raekwon was a guest on Wednesday’s episode of RapFix on MTV. The Staten Island rapper reminisced about working on the Cruel Summer single, “In The Morning.”
Exclusive: Producer Twilite Tone Talks Similarities To Kanye West, Why He Doesn’t Have A Favorite Rapper
Anthony “Twilite Tone” Khan is an alien; equal parts eccentric, unassuming, prophetic, and speaking a music language far outside of the sonic stratosphere. He could boast about the credits on his resume (which most notably includes Common and Kanye West), but he’d rather not, because regardless of whom he’s creating for, the quality never falters.
CyHi The Prynce sends shots at hecklers who question his role within G.O.O.D. Music on his new track “James Harden,” on which the GA MC likens himself to the Oklahoma Thunder’s talented six man.
Now this is really cruel. Roscoe Dash chopped it up with Sway on Sirius XM satellite radio and finally explained his side of the story. If you remember his tweet rant a few weeks ago, Roscoe spazzed out on artists like Kanye West, Miguel and Wale for not getting credit on each of their respective […]
G.O.O.D. Music’s Cruel Summer is an undeniably stellar project, but the compilation left many things to question after hearing it. Q-Tip’s obvious absence from the record was perhaps most noteworthy, though. MTV had the opportunity to interview the Native Tongues affiliate at the BET Hip-Hop Awards, during which Tip maintained his usual candor by alluding to […]
Although Pusha T and the G.O.O.D. Music gang have just completed the process of revealing the compilation album, Cruel Summer, the work doesn’t stop for your neighborhood pusher man.
Since the start of the year, Chicago has been plagued by gun violence. More than 340 people—the brunt of which have been teenagers—have been killed since the top of 2012, but once the summer months rolled around the shootings picked up steam.
When it comes to Chicago producers, Anthony “Twilite Tone” Khan is a legend. He’s the man responsible for crafting Common’s sound, producing the first three albums from the rapper, gave No ID his name, and produced for Kanye West.
Pusha T, a known connoisseur of luxury goods, recently linked with LA based jeweler Ben Baller to grab a unique Mercedes-Benz inspired neckpiece to compliment his d-boy persona. Luckily for us, Ben Baller provided the public with an inside look into the creation process of the $20K chain in the first webisode of his new […]
The final numbers are in for G.O.O.D. Music’s compilation album, Cruel Summer. Kanye West’s project featuring the likes of Pusha T, Big Sean, Common, Cyhi The Prynce, 2 Chainz and Teyana Taylor managed to pull in over 216,000 albums sold in it’s first week.
G.O.O.D. Music affiliates Big Sean, Pusha-T, CyHi The Prynce, Teyana Taylor, and Common played the “who’s most likely to” game with the good folks at FUSE during their press run for Cruel Summer. Funny enough, the topic of strip club food came up, to which the crew made reference to Common’s unintentionally hilarious anecdote on Big Sean’s Detroit mixtape.
If it wasn’t for Pusha T, Kanye West probably wouldn’t even know who the name Chief Keef. West remixed the Chicago teen’s “I Don’t Like” single, upping his hits on YouTube and turning him into a semi-household name. Although Keef doesn’t think Ye helped him out, according to Pusha were it not for his influence […]