While Kanye West‘s G.O.O.D. Music has a vast roster of artists (mostly from Chicago, might I add), only three have gotten to release an album off the label: Grammy-winners Common and John Legend, and longtime Tribe Called Quest collaborator, Consequence. As other signees, who include GLC, Fonzworth Bentley, and Tony Williams, await their time to shine, a newcomer has stepped to the front of the line. Fed up with rappers who “make it rain,” Chi-Town’s Really Doe looks to outdo them (in efficiency, anyway) by merely swiping his new single, Plastic. Though Doe is a main stage rookie, his credit limit must be substantial as Kanye contributes both a verse and solid production. So budget well consumers; Doe’s First Impression drops later this year.
Written by Burmy on 03/30/08
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