Create account Log in

Kanye West Presents Good Music Cruel Summer


Download links and information about Kanye West Presents Good Music Cruel Summer. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 54:29 minutes.

Release date: 2012
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 12
Duration: 54:29
Buy on iTunes $9.99


No. Title Length
1. To the World (Kanye West, Teyana Taylor, R. Kelly) 3:50
2. Clique (Jay - Z, Kanye West, Big Sean) 4:53
3. Mercy.1 (Kanye West, Big Sean, 2 Chainz, Pusha T) 5:26
4. New God Flow.1 (Kanye West, Ghostface Killah, Pusha T) 5:57
5. The Morning (Raekwon, Kid Cudi, Common, 2 Chainz, Pusha T, D'Banj, CyHi Da Prynce) 4:35
6. Cold.1 (Kanye West, DJ Khaled) 3:36
7. Higher (Pusha T, Ma$ E, Cocaine 80s, The Dream) 4:34
8. Sin City (Malik Yusef, Teyana Taylor, John Legend, CyHi Da Prynce, Travi Scott) 4:28
9. The One (Kanye West, Marsha Ambrosius, Big Sean, 2 Chainz) 5:44
10. Creepers (Kid Cudi) 3:14
11. Bliss (Teyana Taylor, John Legend) 3:30
12. Don't Like.1 (Kanye West, Big Sean, Jadakiss, Pusha T, Chief Keef) 4:42



Like a continuing counterpart to 2011’s Watch the Throne, 2012’s Good Music Cruel Summer finds Kanye West hosting a compilation party for a select group of guests from his G.O.O.D. Music roster. “To the World” kicks off with an orchestra of Auto-Tuned vocals as West, R. Kelly, and Teyana Taylor eschew sticking it to the man for a R&B/hip-hop hybrid that sticks it to the entire globe. The following “Clique” starts off mellower, with Jay-Z and Big Sean realizing that a crew or posse is nothing but a clique—and yet theirs is still the best. This is cleverly rhymed over menacing beats and a lurking bass line, with sampled cult chants building an ominous mantra. “Mercy.1” gets more ruthless with Pusha T & 2 Chainz, creating a deeply downtuned vocal beast that wants to steal your girlfriend and make her pay for a grape drink and pineapple-coconut bluntwrap. Ghostface Killah likens himself to a deity in “New God Flow.1” before the closing “Don’t Like.1” gives Chicago gang shootings their very own soundtrack.