G.O.O.D. Music Out This Summer: A Chronological Breakdown

Kanye West
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Kanye West performs at the 2016 MTV Music Video Awards at Madison Square Gareden on Aug. 28, 2016 in New York City. 

Kanye West returned to Twitter last Friday (April 13) and a week later, is dropping all kinds of exciting news. He promoted a new line of Yeezy shoes, shared inspirational words of wisdom with his fans and announced four new albums under his own label, G.O.O.D. music.

Pusha T is first on the batting plate, with his album out May 25. Pusha T had been teasing the highly-anticipated King Push album since last year, and the new music will mark his first studio album since 2015’s King Push: Darkest Before Dawn. West hopped on one of the record’s tracks, “M.P.A.,” along with A$AP Rocky and The-Dream.

Following T’s release, West himself will be releasing his own project on June 1. While the tweets were brief (7 words total), he did note that the record will have 7 tracks. The record follows the hip-hop mogul’s smash hit album Life of Pablo from 2016.

West will then be collaborating with his on-again, off-again pal Kid Cudi. Their joint effort, Kids See Ghost, is scheduled for June 8.  Cudi was signed to G.O.O.D. Music back in 2008, and the two collaborated on a few songs together, including “Erase Me” and “Make Her Say (I Poke Her Face).” They got in a bit of a scuffle in 2016 after Cudi slammed West on Twitter, but they seemingly made up a year later when Ye joined Cudi onstage during a November show in Chicago.

Lastly, Teyana Taylor will release her sophomore album on June 22, which is a follow-up to her 2015 album VII. Pusha T and Chris Brown were among the major names featured on the record.