While there's still no official title or release date for the G.O.O.D. Music compilation album, fans of the crew Kanye West built can rest assured that the project is still on track. In an interview with 57th Ave.com, while on his I Am Finally Famous tour, Big Sean said the album was nearly complete and should be released early next year.
"The compilation is almost done and ready," Sean said. "Y'all can get that at the top of the year around spring time."
The "Dance (A$$)" rapper said a single from the project was in the pipeline and bragged that the crew wouldn't disappoint.
"Single's out soon. Expect nothing less than just the f***in' best," he said.
So far, Sean said he's only personally recorded three songs for the album, which Kanye announced on Twitter back in October.
"Me and [Kid] Cudi and Kanye got this cold-ass one," Sean said. "I only did, like, three, but I'm gonna do some more for it. It's gonna be fresh."
Previously, Pusha T revealed that he had worked on four tracks from the album, which he said would feature production form Kanye and No I.D.
Though very little is known about the content, Sean could use the album to address talks of a brewing rap battle with veteran hip hop star Ludacris. While the Detroit rapper has said he does not have a problem with Luda, many speculate he was the target of Luda's wrath on the song, "Bada Boom" featured on the Atlanta MC's latest mixtape 1.21 Gigawatts: Back To The First Time.
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