Pusha T just began the insanity. Less than an hour ago, he tweeted that April 6th (that’s right, this week) will mark the return of GOOD Friday. For those who don’t remember, G.O.O.D. Fridays became a weekly tradition back in 2010 wherein Kanye would get together with a different artist or a few artists each week, usually from his G.O.O.D. Music label and release a brand new track for free. The quality was very high (expectedly) and they all built up to the release of My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy; hence our excitement.
“Lambo, Murci” has long be rumored to be the G.O.O.D. Music album’s lead single, and none other than Tyler, the Creator echoed the entire hip hop world’s questions by asking if it would be that track.
Pusha cryptically replied “Mercy”, which you’d assume would be the actual title, but some are suggesting it’s a slight hint at ‘Murci’. Who knows, but if Kanye’s GOOD Friday’s are in fact returning, we have some great, free music to look forward to.
UPDATE: “Mercy” features Kanye, Pusha T, Big Sean, and 2 Chainz. Check out the artwork (displayed on the Kanye West and Def Jam sites) below.
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