'Clique' features production work from Hit-Boy, who has produced songs from Lil' Wayne, Nicki Minaj, and produced the hit single 'N***** in Paris' from Kanye West and Jay-Z. Choosing one of hip-hops biggest upcoming artists, Big Sean, to collaborate with West and Jay-Z gives listeners the opportunity to see just how talented the Detroit rapper is. ""But I'm the f****** villain, man, they kneeling when I'm walking in the building/Freaky women I be feeling from the bank accounts I'm filling/What a feeling, ah man, they gotta be/Young player from the D that's killing everything that he see." Jay-Z continues to show the talent of one of hip-hops most successful artists of all time. Lyrically, Jay-Z makes rapping look easy. "Now who with me? ¡Vámanos! Call me Hov or jefe/Translation: I'm the s***. Least that what my neck say, least that what my check say/Lost my homie for a decade, n**** down for like 12 years, ain't hug his son since the second grade/He never told, who we gonna tell, we top of the totem pole/It's the dream team meets the supreme team, and all our eyes green and only means one thing/You ain't f*****' with my clique." With all the production work, the catchy lyrics from Kanye, Jay-Z, and Big Sean, and the added touches of James Fauntleroy II and the James Brown sample, it's no wonder that 'Clique' has hip-hop fans going wild already.
'Clique' is available for digital download now, and it also available on the new compilation album from G.O.O.D. Music, 'Cruel Summer.' Fans can hear 'Clique' on AOL Radio's New Hip-Hop First.