Although there will be no sequel to "Cruel Summer", Pusha T believes there is more than enough material floating around for another compilation.
It's looking like a G.O.O.D. week. Both Pusha T and CyHi The Prynce have dropped bigmixtapes in the last few days, and Pusha has just revealed that there is plenty of new music from the camp recorded, it's just a question of whether it'll ever make it off of Kanye's hard drive.
The rumor of a sequel to last September's hit compilation, Cruel Summer had a lot of fans excited, but Pusha confirms that while there was a possibility of a follow up comp, the music they've recorded isn't attached to any particular project.
“I believe that there were intentions for a Cruel Winter. And there’s so much music floating, but G.O.O.D. Music isn't one to just piece a project together,” Pusha said. “I can tell you right now, I have probably 15 verses that are just over beats that are laying around wherever Ye and his hard drive are right now.”
Apparently Pusha isn't the only artist with a bunch of material sitting with Ye, but Push feels that the songs won't see release until Kanye's perfectionist tendencies manipulate them to fit a certain project. “And I’m sure CyHi, Sean, Cudi, Tip, everybody has either production or verses on these records as well. But I think Ye really tries to keep the brand in it, keep it up to a certain standard. And piecing together a record like that it’s just not gonna work."