"Looking For Trouble"
"Looking For Trouble" came out during the tail end of the fan-favorite G.O.O.D. Friday series. A lot of the songs released during that 2010 period were basically ‘posse’ cuts, in that they consisted of at least four artists, however they varied in terms of the G.O.O.D. Music representation on each song. On our previous list of Top 5 G.O.O.D. Friday cuts, this was a strong contender, but in the end, didn’t make it (we even debated this with fans in the comment section). It seems only fitting, given that the line-up is largely composed of G.O.O.D. artists, that it land on this list. The only non-G.O.O.D. artist, Cole, ended up using this song for his Friday Night Lights mixtape-- apart from that it's loose unto the world. The song features Kanye West trademark sample-driven production, with Ye opting for a slice of music from the opening minutes of Steel Pulse’s "Blues Dance Raid." This ends up being the hook, while you can guarantee some witty bars from the likes of Kanye, Pusha, CyHi, Sean Don.