[Artwork by Aaron Kai]
Since relocating to Las Vegas, ‘Sho has been busy juggling multiple hustles, including putting focus on his sake company, which sees him traveling to Japan at least once a year. His main focus, however, has been putting the final touches on his long-awaited album G.O.O.D. Company. It’s part homage to his time spent with the G.O.O.D. Music team when they were out here in Hawaii recording Kanye’s fifth studio album, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy — and raw lyricism.
Now, ‘Sho is ready to show out, with the album’s release just around the corner. G.O.O.D. Company arrives this Monday (Feb. 29th, leap year) and will feature the likes of GLC, Geo (of Blue Scholars) and Hawaii rappers Prie and Wun. The project will also feature production from Plain Pat, Jeff Bhasker, Emile Haynie, No I.D., Hawaii local Christian Mochizuki and more.
BONUS: The good folks (no pun intended) at Pigeons & Planes recently sat down with Tassho while out in Cali and picked his brains on what it was like working with the G.O.O.D. Music camp, how he formed the relationship, sound advice given to him by both Kanye and Russell Simmons and more. It’s a great read.