According to Ghostface Killah, Kanye West and Mike Dean will be executive producing his forthcoming Supreme Clientele 2 album. Being that the album is a sequel to a certified classic, the news was received with a fair share of caution instead of universal praise and excitement.
The veteran producer confirmed he has been at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta attempting to finish Kanye West’s long-delayed DONDA album, but after rumors began to fly that he had walked away due to a "toxic environment," Dean spoke out to dispel the claims.
Menace, the man who produced “Panda” for Desiigner, is retracting statements he made against Future and Mike Dean a couple of weeks ago.
Z-Ro and Mike Dean got mad just like everyone else while watching the news this week. Hoping to channel that anger in a productive way, the two linked up to create a new track.
Miguel joins artists like Jay Z, Beyoncé, and Chris Brown in speaking out against the recent string of Black deaths at the hand of police on a song titled “How Many.”
A list of artists debuted full-length projects today, ranging from albums to mixtapes. That includes a free release from Inglewood’s own Casey Veggies (Customized Greatly Vol. 4: The Return of The Boy) and a collaborative joint from fellow producer-rappers Havoc and The Alchemist (The Silent Partner).
Ty Dolla $ign teased that his long-awaited debut album Free TC features a very special Kendrick Lamar guest verse. Fans are finally free to judge for themselves now that “LA,” an anthem dedicated to their city, has released.
Today’s Wired Tracks has a G.O.O.D. ring to it. Kanye West’s go-to engineer Mike Dean debuted an extended version of “When I See It,” which is Ye’s take on The Weeknd’s “Tell Your Friends.”
Mike Dean, the Godfather of Gangsta Rap Engineering, chopped it up with Montreality for a bevy of hot topics including the oft-delayed Kanye West SWISH album and how his G.O.O.D. Music counterpart Travi$ Scott in faring in the studio.
The next-gen version of Grand Theft Auto V has fresh and new soundtrack to boot. While bang-bang shoot-em-up fits of mayhem are promised, said stints of in-game violence are accompanied by tracks like rapper Freddie Gibbs and renowned producer and engineer Mike Dean’s collaborative track “Sellin Dope.”
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?