Pusha T's details his follow-up to his critically acclaimed May release, "Daytona."
It hasn't even been six months since Pusha T dropped his third solo studio album, Daytona but he's already plotting on his next release, which he wants to drop before the year ends. In an interview with Complex, the rapper revealed details about the project including linking up with Kanye West to wrap it up.
Pusha T has more music for the fans that he hopes to drop before the end of the year. The rapper revealed that he's gunning to drop off the follow-up to Daytona before 2019 comes. While discussing aiming to have the Album Of The Year each year, he said that he still has hopes to release a new project soon.
"That's definitely a goal, but I'm actually trying to make this year," he said about releasing his forthcoming album.
Push also revealed that his forthcoming album will consist of entirely new music. He won't be adding any cuts that didn't make Daytona, which include the tracks he worked on The Neptunes and The-Dream for the project before Kanye insisted he produces the project in its entirety, but he isn't opposed to releasing them as loose singles.
"It's its own thing, a brand new cook-up," he revealed about the project.
He also said that as of now, Kanye West will also be holding down the album's production entirely, but in the case that doesn't work out, he has some a list of "heavy hitters" for back-up.
"I'm going to see how [Kanye] wants to finish this up. If not, I always got a heavy hitter list in my back pocket," he said.