I’m sure this will get a reaction out of some of you, but Sean compares his faction to the other two in regards to the varying degrees of talent…
“When we rocked Made in America as a G.O.O.D. Music team, it just reminded how I used to look at Bad Boy and how they had big productions and how I used to look at Death Row or Roc-A-Fella,” Sean told MTV News of Diddy, Dr. Dre and Jay-Z’s respective groups.
To an extent I agree. Suge, Puff and Dame/Biggs/Jay ran crews that ultimately shaped the sonic landscape of music by having a variety of artists who were equally talented in their own rights (except Dy-Lan, Amil and anybody who was on Death Row past the year 2000, Crooked I excluded). While G.O.O.D. certainly has the potential to be similar to if not just like the aforementioned crews, I think that it would take more than one compilation album to firmly plant that flag.
But I’m sure most of you all will see that heading and instantly think he’s trying to compare Suge Knight with Kanye, or whatever harebrained idea you can think of.