The G.O.O.D. Music saga continues with Kanye West’s Mercy featuring Big Sean, Pusha T and 2 Chainz which dropped Thursday and ignited a DJ war that overshadowed any lyrics on the track.
Mercy was supposed to be be released at midnight on Good Friday, but Ye pulled a switcheroo and leaked to radio DJ’s DJ Clue and Funkmaster Flex a wee bit after 8 pm on Thursday. Clue and Flex played the song, and both of the influential radio hosts played the song with their own promos dropped on the track.
Clue taunted Flex on the air, telling his competitors to “get off my heels.” After playing the track, Flex wasted no time taking jabs at Clue, yelling, “You’re not built like me! You don’t work hard enough! You don’t get up early enough! You want to look cool while I’m out stealing music!”
Kanye West ft Big Sean, Pusha T & 2 Chainz – Mercy
The homie DJ Enferno is back at it again. This turning Jay-Z and Kanye West’s Niggas in Paris into a certified club banger. DJ’s beware, there is break in the middle where the orignal track is. Dance Floor’s can get mad confused by this.
Not only do we get the video, but a remix from Kanyeezy!
If you’re not familiar with La Roux, you better get familiar #noclintonsparks. The pop rock group is responsible for such hits such as Quicksand, Bulletproof and In For The Kill. In for the the Kill was released in March 2009, and prominent dubstep producer Skream created a remix of the trackas well as one being made by Lifelike.