2015 The Year Of G.O.O.D. Music: Big Sean, Travi$ Scott & Kanye West

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This year is without a doubt going to be the biggest for Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music team especially for young Travi$ Scott and the artist who has turned a break-up into a huge success Big Sean.

UPDATE: Kanye Tweets "Printing Invites"

So here's the rundown. This year each of these three artists are scheduled to release new albums. Kanye West's album is currently untitled but Big Sean's "Dark Sky Paradise" will be available in just over two weeks.

Meanwhile, Travi$ Scott has announced his highly anticipated debut album "Rodeo" for March. Though Scott is signed as an artist with T.I.'s Grand Hustle, he was first associated with G.O.O.D. Music and is still signed as a producer.

After releasing "Days Before Rodeo" Scott continued to put out some of the catchiest music with a style all of his own. His Houston roots inspires a chopped and screwed sound over beats that are creative and relatable to that of Kanye West.

Scott is a high fashioned driven individual with a style and mind of his own and his upcoming will touch upon that for sure. Fans can expect trunk rattling beats mixed with hardcore lyrics that are out of this world.

Scott's mixtape also featured "Don't Play," a track that was graced by one of Big Sean's hottest verses in a long time. That seemed to be just a teaser for things to come as Sean then followed it up with "IDFWU." The song was confirmed to be inspired by his break-up with Naya Rivera but also featured verses on other things Sean was facing at the time.

"IDFWU" then became a part of his four track EP featuring some of his best verses to date.

The "Dark Sky Paradise" track-listing alone is of epic proportions including his second single, "Blessings" featuring Drake and Kanye West. West is busy with his own major products; his untitled album and his high fashion line with Adidas, featuring the very much anticipated "Yeezy" sneaker rumored to have been renamed "Yeezi One".

A recent link released yesterday via West's Twitter account, led fans to a brand new website suggests that the Adidas line is coming just in time for New York Fashion Week.

The new mysterious website, "Yeezy.Supply" contains a strange video recording in the background with a simple countdown.

As if fans didn't already have the hype building around the upcoming album from Yeezus himself, they can now add a possible clothing line, sneaker and online retail website. Clearly these three artists know all about the shock and hype factor.

They have all gone about their releases in mysterious ways and it's only making for a huge 2015 for the G.O.O.D. Music family.