Cruel Winter

Although Pusha T, Hit-Boy and Common have all said that Cruel Winter has been scrapped, Travis $cott maintains that the second G.O.O.D. Music collaboration album is on the way. 

Common said it first, and now Hit-Boy has confirmed news that a Cruel Winter album is not likely to see the light of day. During an interview with L.A.’s Power 106 radio station, the newly signed Interscope artist set the record straight.

The winter just got colder for G.O.O.D. Music fans. In a recent interview, Chicago rapper and actor Common reveals that the collective’s allege Cruel Winter project will not be released. 

Well, at least it isn’t a skirt. Last night in Atlantic City, Kanye West took the stage at Revel with two odd masks on. 

From a sly comment, to a catchy title, to now a full on project. According to Big Sean, it looks like we are really getting a Cruel Summer sequel in 2013. 

Remember that strange George Bush Sr. quoting trailer that was supposed to be for a Cruel Winter short film courtesy of Kanye West? Director Austin Christianson has revealed that it was not officially sanctioned.

Let us preface this post by saying that most trailers, especially if they’re not for a feature length film, are overrated, and pointless. Anyway, Kanye West presents a trailer for the short film attached to G.O.O.D. Music’s forthcoming, same titled, Cruel Winter release. Not much going on here save for its use of the speech President […]

Pusha T had his first solo performance in London this past week. He got a chance to sit down with DJ Semtex and spoke on the rumored Cruel Winter album and his possible involvement or lack there of.

Legendary MC and G.O.O.D. Music recruit Q-Tip performed at a Heineken sponsored concert in Philadelphia last weekend and discussed what he’s been working on lately. The most notable topics covered were Q-Tip’s forthcoming solo effort The Last Zulu and G.O.O.D. Music’s rumored Cruel Winter project.

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 […]