A full version of "Pandemonium"
In a recent interview with Rap Radar, Pusha mentions that there were a ton of people filming at the Darkest Before Dawn listening party, but oddly enough, very few of those clips have made their way online. The one that has, though, sounds incredible. Thought to be titled "Pandemonium," the track features unannounced production from Metro Boomin and a spoken word interlude from the same guy who delivered the unforgettable Hell Hath No Fury intro ("Ayyyye Papa..."). The beat's ridiculous, even by Boomin's illustrious standards, and sounds a little out-of-character for him with its circular vocal sample and tribal-sounding drums. It's exactly the type of track we'd like to hear from King Push at this point: forward thinking in its sound, but still retaining ties to his classic Clipse days.
As it was played at the release party, it might seem like a lock for the project, but he apparently also played a song featuring Future that won't make the project. Fingers crossed for "Pandemonium" though.