One of the most glaring omissions on Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music album 'Cruel Summer' was the absence of newly-signed member Q-Tip. The veteran rhyme-spitter and producer acknowledges the fans' disappointment but he has some good news -- he will appear on the follow-up album.
'Cruel Summer' only just debuted last week, but there are already a slew of rumors about a followup to the G.O.O.D. Music compilation. We can thank a particular pair of loose lips at the 2012 BET Hip-Hop Awards for that!
Lately, it seems like Kanye West has a huge target on his back. Not only are the tabloids slinging critical darts at him for dating Kim Kardashian, the President of the United States called him a jacka-- in a recent interview. Geez, can Yeezy get some love?
Hip-hop started out in the park with just two turntables and a microphone. Now it's a global art form. A film on the lyricism of hip-hop has been long overdue, which is why it's great to see that Ice T's self-produced documentary 'Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap' will hit theaters this summer.
Now this is some good news! Kanye West has signed veteran rhyme-slinger Q-Tip to his stellar G.O.O.D. Music label. Under the pact, Q-Tip will release his fourth solo album, tentatively titled 'The Last Zulu' on the label, which is being distributed by Def Jam.
With only a few days until the documentary 'Beats Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest' hits theaters, the feud between Q-Tip and the film's director Michael Rapaport rages on in the press.