It's been all Kanye West this week, as the rapper/producer/mogul geared up for his Yeezy Season 4 fashion show in New York City on Wednesday, as well as a pair of dates at Madison Square Garden earlier this week. And Wednesday night at a pop-up show at Manhattan's Highline Ballroom to celebrate his G.O.O.D. Music collective, Kanye announced that he had signed Tyga to the G.O.O.D. Music record label and Atlanta trio Migos to G.O.O.D. Music's newly formed management wing.
Tyga left his longtime label Cash Money Records after an acrimonious split where he criticized labelmate Drake and alleged that label boss Birdman didn't pay him. And he and Kanye have a history, both professionally and personally: West served as the executive producer for Tyga's first independent album after leaving Cash Money, 2015's The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty, and enlisted his creative agency DONDA to design its cover art; and Tyga is currently dating Kylie Jenner, the younger sister of West's wife Kim Kardashian. (The mother of Tyga's son King Cairo, Blac Chyna, is also engaged to Rob Kardashian.)