We’ve been waiting for a new Pusha T joint for almost 2 years, and we’re getting super close.
He sat down with Complex at an Adidas event and said that King Push was about 85% finished and that Kanye West produced most of the album, rather than Pusha’s former collaborators, The Neptunes.
When he had started working on King Push, Pharrell Williams was supposed to be a big part of it – but it seems as if the album has switched gears.
“It’s mostly Kanye West. The beats, I’m telling you, I’m giving you a sign! Good beats! Crack! I’m answering you. Bruh! Great beats! Great super-producer beats! And raps! Amazing raps! I’m telling you!”
Watch the video here:
Look at it from this example – anytime Pusha and Kanye are on a track, it’s fire:
Amy Cooper is the type of journalist that when asked “What do you bring to the table,” she replies “I am the table.