Yesterday, we learned that Pusha T's King Push: Darkest Before Dawn album is arriving on December 18th, and not only that, King Push will still be released following this first album. Push continues to grow the excitement surrounding both albums with a new RapRadar podcast.

Talking with Elliott Wilson and BDot, Pusha discusses Def Jam "allowing" him to release two albums, and the collaborations he has on deck for Darkest Before Dawn and how those sessions went down. He also off-handedly mentions that King Push will be out Spring 2016. He teases contributions from Timbaland (three to be exact), Kanye West, Diddy, Mano, Boi-1da, Baauer and more, on Darkest Before Dawn.

When discussing his role as the President of G.O.O.D Music, he touches on his current wishlist of album releases. "I believe, this is my wishlist, it's all about getting out my album, these two albums, getting out a [Big] Sean album, and my wishlist is getting out a Cruel Summer album, part two."

When asked why the first Cruel Summer didn't go over too well, Push says simply, "We gave away all the records."

During the latter half of the conversation, Push talks about having Kid Art produce a mini-movie to accompany the December 18th release (funded by none other than Jay Z). This video will be premiering during Art Basel in Miami, and there will also be plenty of visuals to accompany Darkest Before Dawn records.

You can check out the whole podcast below.

[via HHNM]