It seems as if Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music has grown one artist larger. Chicago rapper Holt has official inked a deal with the label; as per Andrew Barber at the renowned Chicago hip-hop blog Fake Shore Drive, rumors have swirled about Holt's involvement with the label since he was featured at G.O.O.D.'s SXSW showcase in Austin last March. The rapper also known as Hollywood Holt works as a producer and DJ as well; he was the producer of record on Beyonce and Andre 3000's cover of Amy Winehouse's "Back To Black" from the 2013 soundtrack for The Great Gatsby. That record was executive produced by Jay Z. Holt has been involved with Treated Crew, the same DJ collective as Million Dollar Mano, who was once Kanye's tour DJ.

Dark Sky Paradise, which has been met with some critical acclaim. The label was founded in 2004, after West's debut,
The College Dropout, was released by Roc-A-Fella and Def Jam.

A couple of YouTube videos of Holt material can be found, most for a couple of years ago (see below). He currently has no Soundcloud per reps from his teams. Here is his Tumblr page. The last artist to sign to G.O.O.D. Music is Hudson Mohawke.