G.O.O.D. Music Producer Warns to ‘Keep an Eye Out’ for ‘Little Treat’

Is G.O.O.D. Music about to make a comeback?

Grammy Award-winning producer Anthony Kilhoffer put out a tweet calling for fans of G.O.O.D.'s heyday to “keep an eye out.”

It's been six years since G.O.O.D. Music dropped their compilation album, Cruel Summer. Now fans are speculating whether or not it'll be more collaborations (especially since an official G.O.O.D. Soundcloud page surfaced last month) or a one-off track from G.O.O.D.'s stacked roster which includes Kanye West, Big Sean, Pusha T, CyHi the Prynce, Teyana Taylor, Desiigner and more.

It could also be a track from a G.O.O.D. affiliate like Kid Cudi or Yasiin Bey. Last year, Kilhoffer teamed up with 808s & Heartbreak's co-producer and former G.O.O.D. Music member Mr. Hudson, for the track “Can't Forget You.” So it's likely that this is another track cooked up by the two as well.

Although there's no word yet from G.O.O.D.'s official platforms, fans are naturally hyped about any news of a G.O.O.D. return.

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New Partynextdoor and Quavo Collaboration Surfaces

A new Partynextdoor and Quavo collaboration surfaced online. The track, possibly called “Team,” was spotted by HipHop-N-More Tuesday. The track is believed to feature production by Murda Beatz, i.e. the same dude who gave us Drake and Travis Scott's “Portland” and the underrated 2 Chainz single “It's a Vibe.”

The track was first teased by Quavo on Instagram back in March 2016:

 

🙌🏾Legends Qua x Party #YRN2 #OVO

A post shared by QuavoHuncho (@quavohuncho) on Mar 26, 2016 at 7:52am PDT

Another Partynextdoor track, possibly called “It's Simple,” also appeared online this week.

Partynextdoor and Quavo previously collaborated on “More” and “Cuffed Up” in 2016, both featuring production by Murda Beatz.

Partynextdoor just released his Colours 2 EP with producer G. Ry at the top of this month. In an interview with Complex shortly after the EP's release, G. Ry outlined the importance of the Colours project. “These EPs are important to us because it's the canvas for me and Party to showcase our talents differently than what the fans are used to hearing and to the style of music people are hearing from other artist's at the time,” he said. As a producer, G. Ry added, it's his job to ensure new songs “sound differently” while still being able to sonically coexist.

Quavo is also expected to release an untitled collaborative project of some sort with Travis Scott soon. Though details of the project remain scarce, Scott told a Birds Eye View crowd earlier this month that he and Quavo had been hard at work in the studio.

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