Getting out our dreams is a motto best followed by the vision of founder Kanye West. While The Throne is busy setting records for how many times they can replay “N***as In Paris,” the rest of Kanye’s crew stayed true to the label’s school of thought. In particular, Big Sean has clearly become the life of the party since his initial freestyle to 'Ye, that scored both a deal and an impressive debut Finally Famous. Common’s One Day It’ll All Make Sense is a riveting memoir and earned him a reputation as an established author. Pusha-T’s cocaine raps will continue to further his stardom and CyHi Da Prynce’s mixtape hustle is deeming him the new prince of the underground. And let’s not forget the G.O.O.D. Music compilation album with 'Ye and Hit-Boy already offering production credits. In short, G.O.O.D. Music is a prime contender for the number one spot in 2012.