It looks like a new album from Pusha T is in the pipeline for 2019. After debuting his Daytona leftover, "Sociopath" ft Kash Doll earlier this week, he's back with another new single. Push connects with the legendary Lauryn Hill for his new single, "Coming Home" which appears to be a possible single off of his forthcoming project. The rapper's latest single is meant to provide hope for those who've been penalized from the justice system and those who are coming home.
"Just giving hope to those who are coming home and telling people we waitin' on 'em and we gon' be out here as a support system when they do get home," he said.
The rapper also dished out new information on his forthcoming project. The rapper revealed that he already has nine songs in the cut and that as it stands, his follow-up to Daytona will also be a Kanye West-produced endeavor.
The release of "Coming Home" also came with the launch of the Third Strike Coming Home Campaign which is a joint effort between Push, Brittany K. Barnett's Buried Alive Project and MiAngel's Cody's The Decarceration Collective. The campaign's "initiative aims to free people serving life in prison today under yesterday’s outdated 3 Strikes Drug Law.” For the launch, Push donated $25K.
Now it's jail poses in club pictures
Airbrush backdrops and jail visits
This the dope boys song
For the dope boys gone
Let 'em know it's still snowin'