The long-awaited follow-up to the label's 2012 compilation 'Cruel Summer' was first reported to be completed back in March
West’s label released the compilation album ‘Cruel Summer’ – which featured contributions from the likes of Jay-Z, John Legend and Pusha T, as well as West and 2 Chainz themselves – in 2012. A follow-up has been expected for a number of years, with West’s collaborator CyHi the Prince claiming back in March that ‘Cruel Winter’ was “really done.”
While ‘Cruel Winter’ has yet to be officially announced, 2 Chainz got fans talking yesterday (July 23) by reposting a Complex magazine cover from 2012 which shows some of ‘Cruel Summer”s key contributors – including West, Legend, Big Sean and Pusha T.
Many fans commenting on the post took this as a sign that the announcement of ‘Cruel Winter’ may be imminent – check out the post below.
An official announcement of ‘Cruel Winter’ or any future G.O.O.D. Music project has yet to be issued, however.
Should a new compilation emerge, it is unlikely that Jay-Z will feature – given that he and West are currently locked in a war of words.