Pusha T Says ‘King Push’ Is Almost Done, Mostly Produced By Kanye West

blame it on Patrick Glynn June 12, 2017

Pusha T attended an Adidas charity event over the weekend, and he caught up with Complex to update his upcoming King Push album, which he announced over three years ago before dropping Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude.

In an interview in early 2014, Pusha said he was working with Pharrell and Chad Hugo — The Neptunes — again while getting started with King Push, but the sound has since changed, noting Kanye West has produced most of the album. Push called the beats “amazing” and “great” over and over again, though that doesn’t mean much until we can hear them.

Originally planned to release in 2016, Pusha Ton has dropped three singles from the project: “Drug Dealers Anonymous” with JAY Z, “H.G.T.V.” and “Circles,” though we’ll wait and see which of those make the final album cut.

He described the album as a “strong 85” percent done, which I assume means it’s in its mixing and marketing plan stages. Check out the full interview below, where he also talks plans for upcoming G.O.O.D. Music, his philanthropic efforts and more.