There aren’t many people that can send out a two word tweet that would make me rush to my laptop and start typing, but Mr. Kanye West surely is one of those people. This morning, about 11 minutes ahead of posting time, Yeezy sent out a two word tweet with a date, so now it’s time for the speculation to begin. We told you a few weeks back that he will be performing on the season finale of Saturday Night Live, which initially led us to believe that new music from Kanye would be coming soon, that was followed by Peter Rosenberg saying that the album was done, describing it as dark:
Welp Welpy McWelpertons of Welpland. It’s been really quiet gossip wise that last couple of weeks and as I waited patiently for ratchetness to occur…I wondered if this could be the beginning of the end.
Then Ray J dropped a video.
Looks like the beef between Kanye West and Saturday Night Live could officially be over. If you’ll remember back after the incident between Kanye and Taylor Swift at the 2009 Video Music Awards when SNL took some shots at Yeezy, including this one (FF to 20 seconds):
Ray J has certainly come a long way since his “One Wish,” days, the formerly wholesome singer/actor who was affectionately dubbed “Brandy‘s brother,” has made some interesting choices in recent years. Well this Tuesday he will be releasing a new diss track aimed at Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, called “I Hit First,” and I’m sure it won’t sound anything like the “One Wish,” days.
— RayJ (@RayJ) April 5, 2013
In some news that I definitely didn’t see coming, Kid Cudi announced today on LA’s Power 106 and that he is no longer part of the G.O.O.D. Music family. He says there isn’t any beef between himself and Kanye West or anybody else on the label, but that he was ready to move his career in a different direction. He says that he knew about six months ago that he was going to leave the label, which may explain why he barely featured on their compilation album Cruel Summer.
Kid Cudi announces he is no longer on G.O.O.D. Music. WHOA.
— Dat New Cudi (@DatNewCuDi) April 2, 2013
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