The first track we heard from the upcoming G.O.O.D. Music album was "Mercy," with features from Big Sean, Pusha T and 2 Chainz and on Friday night Kanye West announced the title of the camp's next release "I Don't Like." Ye posted the album's cover art on Twitter, revealing that it will include verses from himself, Pusha T, Jadakiss, Big Sean and buzzing Chicago rapper Chief Keef, known for his hit "I Don't Like" featuring Lil Reese.
The G.O.O.D. Music cut will be a remix to Keef's original track, according to Ye, who simply wrote "GOOD MUSIC CHIEF KEEF REMIX."
There have been rumblings that Kanye has been collaborating with the up-and-coming Chitown rapper and the new artwork confirms that. On Friday Chief Keef tweeted that he was being courted by the YMCMB team, writing,
@CampaignSosa300 "Birdman Just Called He Say He Wanna Sign Me Wit #CMB"
It's not confirmed whether or not the track will actually appear on the upcoming G.O.O.D. Music compilation. In march producer Mannie Fresh told MTV News that the project will be very eclectic. "The cool thing about G.O.O.D. Music is it's a bunch of great ideas and I'm one of those ideas," he said. "[Kanye's] trying to find the most talented producers, most talented artists, put 'em all in a room and say, 'Go for it. Y'all energy, like whatever is creative to y'all.'"