There seems to be some disagreement within the G.O.O.D. Music camp regarding Cruel Winter, the possible follow-up project to Cruel Summer. In the Interview with MTV posted above, artist Travis Scott stated that "'Ye still go all the way hard about Cruel Winter, so you just never know. He might just drop that s**t out of nowhere, man." Scott's comments are in agreement with those of team member Q-Tip, who was the first to bring up the possibility of Cruel Winter with MTV last September.
However earlier this month, Pusha T shot down these reports. In an interview with Power 98 in Charlotte, North Carolina, the rapper claimed "We are not doing the Cruel Winter album or the Cruel Summer sequel. There are too many projects we got going on" citing Yeezus and his own own upcoming album, My Name is My Name, as examples.
Perhaps by winter the G.O.O.D. Music family will have decided.
While across the pond, Big Sean stopped in with Semtex over at BBC in London to discuss a variety of things like his recently released mixtape, Detroit, upcoming album, Hall Of Fame, and perhaps most notably: the rumors surrounding a Cruel Winter album from G.O.O.D. Music.
In this interview, for the first time we have some confirmation as Sean says he has recorded something for the project! Listen to the clip above and be on the lookout for the full interview here on Gowhere by the week's end.
Today, this rumored trailer for Cruel Winter, as presented by Kanye West, is starting to spark some chatter. Why? Well, besides being a trailer for an upcoming G.O.O.D. Music album, the trailer cites the George Bush speech on the New World Order. This should only heighten the NWO/Illuminati buzz that just doesn't seem to go away, does it?
Will update with any official word from the G.O.O.D. Music camp about the above trailer. What do you think of it?