While promoting the release of their Cruel Summer compilation, G.O.O.D. music stars Big Sean, CyHi the Prynce, Pusha T, Teyana Taylor and Common chatted it up with Power 105's The Breakfast Club about various beefs and what's happening in Chicago. Watch the interview inside....
The G.O.O.D. Music Family stopped by Power 105 1's "The Breakfast Club" to speak about their Cruel Summer disc and what they hope to accomplish in the rap game.
The host had jokes for Pusha T's cornrows while the rapper talked about walking away from the streets and the "hustle'" game and focusing on his music. He also talked about cutting off his entourage.
Big Sean revealed that he thinks this album while be a milestone in the careers of each member and that he was in awe to be on a track with Jay-Z.
Meanwhile, Teyana Taylor talked about beefing with Rihanna's Navy saying,
"If I'm retweeting a picture and I think you look dope and your fans get mad saying, " So what you saying, she trying to look like you!" I never said that. I retweeted the picture, that's all I did. Sometimes the fans hype her up so she say little comments, but it is what it is. I think she cool, I think she dope. I think she's a beautiful girl. I got too much to prove. I got music to make, I got albums to put out... I don't want no problems with nobody. I just want to get my music done."
And when asked beefing with Cash Money Records and Lil' Wayne, the cocky crew said if it came down to a rap battle that G.O.O.D. Music would win.
And Common talked about Chief Keef and the violence in Chicago and said we need to figure out how to get to a peace agreement. He said he's grown to a better place and he said he's going to try to talk to Chief Keef about the violence in his music.
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