Kanye West Announces “Cruel Winter” Album, Debuts “Champions” Single
Kanye West is finally working on the follow-up to G.O.O.D. Music's 2012 compilation, Cruel Summer, the sequel being titled Cruel Winter.
During an interview with Big Boy's Neighborhood, the rap star revealed the news about the upcoming album, before debuting a new cut called "Champions", featuring Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz, Travi$ Scott, Yo Gotti, Desiigner, Big Sean and Quavo.
"Sometimes you have snippets, ideas, beats," Kanye told Big Boy during the interview. "You got like a solid seven, eight songs that we know is gonna make the album and the others ones [are like] a beat from Mike WiLL [Made-It] or Travis [Scott] just brought three songs through... We sit there and we work together on our stuff. I look at it as we on the same team."
Although "Champions" just dropped, Ye is working on a massive remix, featuring every artist on G.O.O.D. Music, which he says will be 12 to 15 minutes long.
Currently, there's no release date for Cruel Winter.
Watch Kanye's full interview and debut of "Champions" below.