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Even though Kanye continues to live in a sunken place his music is still in high demand. His latest solo project has taken the top spot on the industry’s biggest chart.

In an interview, CyHi The Prynce says that Kanye West is back in the production swing of things and will produce some of G.O.O.D. Music's upcoming releases.

And just like that, being down with G.O.O.D. Music no longer carries the same type of prestige it once did—no shots. During a pop up show last night, Kanye West announced that the newest member of his Grammy family was peak struggle rapper Tyga. 

Pusha T aka The Only Dope Boy Quotable drops a new cut called “Lunch Money” produced by his G.O.O.D. Music brethren Kanye West. What more is there to say?

Prior to the visual for “Paradise” releasing, Big Sean hopped on the phone with DJ Whoo Kid on “The Whoolywood Shuffle” to discuss his upcoming album, working with E-40 on his “IDFWU” single, and more.

It started off solid, got a little rocky in the middle, and ended on a high note with Drake in Toronto,  and now the Yeezus tour is officially over. Kanye West wrapped up his fall through winter trek just before Christmas and not without a some stress along the way.

First it was Kanye West with Yeezus. Then it was Jay-Z with Magna Carta Holy Grail. Does that mean the next project in this logical progression is Yeezy and Hova’s reunion album, Watch The Throne 2?

After the commercial success of his debut album, Finally Famous, and the critical success of his mixtape, Detroit, Big Sean is shaping up for a big 2013. 

Kanye West doesn’t do no press, but he gets the most press, kid. After he was ranked #7, a spot below his protege Big Sean, on MTV’s Hottest MCs In The Game list he broke his no-press policy to talk to Hot 97. 

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. 

2012 was a big year for up-and-coming rapper/producer, Travi$ Scott, and he’s looking to capitalize on that success in the new year.

As the year begins to wind down, it’s time to look back on the best of 2012.