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070 DAY: 070 Shake, The Voice of The Youth

070 Shake has had a breakout year like no other “freshman” artists today.  From the release of her debut album “Glitter” to being featured on three out of five of Kanye’s exclusively produced albums, Shake, born Danielle Balbuena, has shown her dedication to her music and her fans immensely. Shake released Glitter in March 2018, after her original album, “Yellow Girl” was pushed back.

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Pusha T Talks Beef With Drake And Why DAYTONA Is So Successful In New Vanity Fair Interview

G.O.O.D Music President Pusha T has declared that the on-going feud between himself and YMCMB is officially over. In a new interview with Vanity Fair, Pusha T discusses his beef with Drizzy and talks about his time recording with Kanye in Wyoming. “There are absolutely, positively no crazy nights in Wyoming.” Over the course of a year, Pusha T, along

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Yeezy Season: Kanye Puts Thoughts To Music With ‘Ye’ Album (Review)

Last night (May 31) Kanye West released (or re-introduced himself) his latest album ‘Ye‘ in the most grandiose way that Kanye could possibly think of, by flying all of his close family, friends, and entertainment peeps to a listening party in Jackson, Wyoming. The listening party streamed for the rest of the world who didn’t get an invite (or invite got

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Dope Boy Magic: Pusha T Reminds Us Of The Streets With ‘Daytona’ (Review)

Entirely produced by Kanye West, Daytona is a classic 7- track album that touches the subjects of Drugs, wealth, politics and Quentin Miller.   Pusha T’s Daytona, the long-awaited album since his 2015’s “Darkest Before Dawn,” was far from disappointing as Push recreated his old world of pushing cocaine, gradual wealth and street politics on wax. If you decide to go

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Pusha T Unveils ‘Daytona’ Tracklist, Features Rick Ross and Kanye West

On Wednesday (May 23) G.O.O.D. Music CEO Pusha T shares information on his new album set to be released on Friday. Pusha T announced that the title of his third album has been changed from King Push to Daytona and will feature guest verses from Kanye West (“What Would Meek Do?”) and Rick Ross (“Hard Piano”). All seven songs on the album are produced singlehandedly by Kanye West.

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