Usually one to keep his social networking activity at a standstill, Kanye West surprised his legion of Twitter followers Wednesday (Oct. 19) when he took to his page to reveal a G.O.O.D. Music album would be released in 2012.
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"GOODMUSIC.THE ALBUM.SPRING2012," he teweeted (See tweet http://omg.ly/y7N1) to more than four million of his followers on the site.
As founder of the label, chances are the Chi-town MC will drop his witty rhymes and assist with beatmaking on the forthcoming effort, due out next spring.
G.O.O.D. Music signees Pusha T, John Legend, Mr Hudson, Big Sean, CyHi the Prynce and Kid Cudi will surely be featured on the forthcoming compilation, though no details have been released as to who will officially appear.
Clipse member Pusha T, who drops his debut solo effort, 'Fear of God II: Let Us Pray,' Nov. 8, jumped the gun in announcing the album during an interview on a Chicago radio station. West hadn't announced the news when Pusha spilled the beans. His blunder prompted the Thornton brother to reply to his label boss via Twitter. "RT @kanyewest: GOODMUSIC.THE ALBUM.SPRING2012 *i thought I spoke too soon in a WGCI interview yesterday...so glad u said this today...lol*," Pusha wrote.
Currently, 'Ye is prepping for the Watch the Throne tour, alongside Jay-Z. The tour, which has revised dates since its initial unveiling, commences in Atlanta, Ga. on Oct. 28.
10/28: Atlanta, Ga. -- Philips Arena
10/29: Atlanta, Ga. -- Philips Arena
10/30: Greensboro, N.C. -- Greensboro Coliseum
11/1: Baltimore, Md. -- 1st Mariner Arena
11/2: Philadelphia, Penn. -- Wells Fargo Center
11/3: Washington, D.C. -- Verizon Center
11/5: East Rutherford, N.J. -- IZOD Center
11/6: East Rutherford, N.J. -- IZOD Center
11/7: New York, N.Y. -- Madison Square Garden
11/8: New York, N.Y. -- Madison Square Garden
11/14: Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. -- BankAtlantic Center
11/15: Miami, Fla. -- American Airlines Arena
11/18: Uncasville, Conn. -- Mohegan Sun Arena
11/19: Atlantic City, N.J. -- Boardwalk Hall
11/21: Boston, Mass. -- TD Garden
11/22: Montreal, QC -- Bell Centre
11/23: Toronto, ON -- Air Canada Centre
11/24: Toronto, ON -- Air Canada Centre
11/26: Detroit, Mich. -- Palace of Auburn Hills
11/27: Pittsburgh, Penn. -- Consol Energy Center
11/29: Kansas City, Mo. -- Sprint Center
11/30: Chicago, Ill. -- United Center
12/1: Chicago, Ill. -- United Center
12/3: New Orleans, La. -- New Orleans Arena
12/5: Houston, Texas -- Toyota Center
12/6: Dallas, Texas -- American Airlines Arena
12/9: Las Vegas, Nev. -- MGM Grand Garden Arena
12/10: San Jose, Calif. -- HP Pavilion
12/12: Los Angeles, Calif. -- STAPLES Center
12/13: Los Angeles, Calif. -- STAPLES Center
12/16: Tacoma, Wash. -- Tacoma Dome
12/17: Vancouver, BC -- Rogers Arena
12/18: Vancouver, BC -- Rogers Arena
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