Published Mar 29, 2010Good Ass Job, Kanye West's hugely anticipated return to AutoTune-less rap, is said to be coming out in 2010, and we can't wait. So far, the album has had rumoured appearances from Drake, Big Sean, A-Trak, Nicki Minaj and Soulja Boy. The guest list just got longer, however, with some legendary hip-hop icons said to be collaborating with the rapper/producer in his Hawaii studio.
According to various links compiled by SOHH, the album will likely include appearances from legendary producer Pete Rock, along with rappers Q-Tip, RZA and Pusha T from the Clipse. With all of these people on one record, there's no way it could be anything less than a straight-up rap record full of soulful beats and quality rhyming, right?
No official release date has been set for Good Ass Job, but it probably won't be ready for a while. After all, Kanye has to make sure it's good enough to justify the hyperbole and arrogance that will surely follow its release.