Way back in 2009, G.O.O.D. Music's Malik Yusef released his sophomore album G.O.O.D. Morning & G.O.O.D. Night. While not exactly a radio-success, the LP went on to sell in excess of 600,000 copies, gaining acclaim for Yusef's poignant spoken-word stylings and some stellar guest appearances.
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian have been very protective of their child, North West, since her birth last year. While the Kardashians are known to put all their family members in the spotlight thanks to their reality TV show, North West is one of the few family members that has stayed clear of reality TV.
In music we tend to glorify the debut album, always craving the newest and shiniest thing out. The downside of that is usually we're slightly disappointed in the follow up sophomore album, possibly what led to the phenomenon known as the "sophomore slump".
Dame Dash has been calling out plenty of industry figures over the last couple months, including Lyor Cohen and Funkmaster Flex. It seems his tirade is not quite complete, as a new interview with Shade 45 found him targeting none other than forrmer Roc-A-Fella signee, Kanye West.
After being featured on the cover of Vogue with wife, Kim Kardashian, back in April, Kanye West is hitting newsstands yet again, but this time it’s for the August issue of Gentlemen's Quarterly, b.k.a. GQ.
Following up last week's Top 10 of rappers who were bodied on their own shit, we're moving on to Yeezy's production. Expect a new Top 10 list each Monday going forward, and if there's a subject you want us to tackle shout it out in the comments.
Maryland MC Logic is one of the game's most talked-about rappers at the moment, and with good cause. His rapping skills are unparalleled by most of his peers, and with two solid mixtapes in the Young Sinatra series behind him, anticipation is very high for Logic's upcoming debut on Def Jam.