GOOD Music

GOOD Music is an American record label founded by rapper Kanye West in 2004. The label signed an exclusive long-term worldwide label agreement with The Island Def Jam Music Group in 2011. In 2012, the label released its debut compilation album Cruel Summer. In 2015, Pusha T was appointed the president of the label by West; the label has released two number-one Billboard Hot 100 singles. GOOD Music was founded in 2004 by Kanye West, in conjunction with Sony BMG. John Legend and West were the label's initial artists. Legend's Get Lifted was the label's first album release - this received eight nominations and three wins at the 2006 Grammy Awards, including Best New Artist and Best R&B Album. In October 2006, Legend released his second album, Once Again, which won a Grammy for the song "Heaven". Common's Be, the label's second release, was the recipient of four Grammy Award nominations; the label added GLC, Really Doe, Malik Yusef, Tony Williams and Consequence to its artists. West's second studio album, Late Registration, included featured guest appearances by every artist signed to GOOD Music's roster at the time of its release in August 2005.

In May 2007, Detroit rapper Big Sean signed to the label. In an August 2007 interview with Billboard West expressed regrets over starting the label. I never asked to a label owner. Sony offered it to me, I took it, but I can't be there when people are calling me to the studio to hear some music or approve clothes for a video. No disrespect to anybody, my focus is Graduation, I've got a hard enough time calling radio programmers and getting them to play "Can't Tell Me Nothing", a song that's connecting with people but that's only at 1,400 spins." In 2008, British singer-songwriter Mr Hudson was signed, following the release of his A Tale of Two Cities. There followed Kid Cudi, manager Plain Pat. Kid Cudi's debut album, Man on the Moon: The End of Day was released under GOOD Music on September 15, 2009; the album earned three Grammy nominations and was certified Gold by the RIAA. A month Mr Hudson's solo debut, Straight No Chaser, was released. In late 2010, West released several tracks featuring himself, others members of the GOOD Music roster, in a free weekly giveaway known as, G.

O. O. D. Fridays. In September 2010, Brooklyn rapper Mos Def was signed. Shortly afterwards Consequence left the label; the following month Pusha T announced his signing. Late in 2010, Kid Cudi released his second studio album Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager, followed by West's fifth album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. In April 2011, West signed American producer Q-Tip of A Tribe Called Quest. Kanye West signed producer Hit-Boy, to Very Good Beats. In 2011, West signed Don Jazzy. In June 2011, GOOD Music signed their first distribution agreement, with Def Jam Recordings. Big Sean's debut Finally Famous was the first album released by GOOD Music with distribution by Def Jam. In late 2011, plans were announced for a release of a compilation album entitled Cruel Summer; the album's lead single "Mercy", was released on April 6, 2012 and features verses from Kanye West, Pusha T and Big Sean, as well as GOOD Music affiliate 2 Chainz. The album was preceded by the singles "New God Flow" and "Clique", the latter of which peaked at number 12 on the US Billboard Hot 100.

It features West and Big Sean rapping alongside Jay-Z. Cruel Summer was released on September 18, 2012, it was accompanied by the eponymous short film Cruel Summer, shot in Qatar. In January 2013, Scottish record producer and DJ Hudson Mohawke, announced that he had signed to the production arm of G. O. O. D. Music - Very Good Beats. On April 2, 2013, Kid Cudi announced on Power 106 that he was no longer with the label, leaving on amicable terms. Cudi would have preferred to record something particular for Yeezus. On June 29, 2013 producer Hit-Boy of Very Good Beats announced that his contract expired and that he was no longer signed to GOOD Music. American Apparel model Kacy Hill was signed to the label December 2014, after appearing as a backup dancer on West's Yeezus Tour. In March 2015, GOOD Music signed HXLT. In November 2015, West appointed Pusha T the president of GOOD Music. In January 2016, Mos Def retired from music announcing it in a freestyle released in conjunction with West's G. O. O. D. Fridays series.

In February 2016, Brooklyn rapper Desiigner signed a record deal with the label and subsequently appeared on West's seventh solo album, The Life of Pablo. On June 3, 2016, Kanye West announced GOOD Music's upcoming album, Cruel Winter, in an interview with Big Boy. On September 7, 2016, West announced that former Young Money/Cash Money Records artist Tyga, signed a record deal with GOOD Music; that day, Pusha T announced Atlanta-based rap trio Migos had signed a management deal with the label. However, in January 2017, Migos clarified that although there were discussions for a management deal, nothing had come to fruition. On September 9, 2016, the official GOOD Music Twitter account uploaded an image of an updated artist roster with the caption "THIS IS GOOD MUSIC"; the image indicated that several artists had either left or been removed by the label, including D'banj, Malik Yusef, Ryan McDermott, Mr Hudson. That month, in a radio interview with The Breakfast Club, John Legend announced that his fifth studio album and Light, would be his last with GOOD Music.

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Cynthia Daniel

Cynthia Lynn Daniel is an American photographer and former actress. She is the twin sister of actress Brittany Daniel, she is best known for her role as Elizabeth Wakefield in the 1990s syndicated teen drama Sweet Valley High. Born in Gainesville, Cynthia is five minutes younger than her twin sister, Brittany, they have Brad. Their parents are Carol and Charlton B. Daniel, Jr.. Cynthia was named Homecoming Queen of her high school. At age 11, the girls began modelling and were signed to the Ford Agency, appeared in YM and Sassy, they appeared in ads for Doublemint gum as the Doublemint Twins. Both twins made. In 1994, Daniel won the role of Elizabeth Wakefield in the television series Sweet Valley High, based on the book series by Francine Pascal. During Sweet Valley High's run, the girls made their film debut in the 1995 drama The Basketball Diaries. After Sweet Valley High was canceled in 1997, Daniel became a photographer, she has since made only one acting appearance, in a 2002 episode of That 80s Show, which starred twin sister Brittany.

Daniel has two sons and Colt and daughter, Steely Rose, with her husband, actor Cole Hauser. Five Arrows Photography Cynthia Daniel on IMDb


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