Pusha T took time out of his set at Made In America this past weekend to announce details of his next album, King Push. Pusha said that the album will be produced "top to bottom" by Kanye West and explained that it had been delayed by Kanye scrapping beats in order to improve on what he had already created.
"I done this album like three times," Pusha says in the clip you can see above. "He [Kanye] come in and pick all the beats and shit and then he'd scarap them and say, 'I can do better.' These past two months we've just been locking in, day and night, getting this album perfect for y'all."
"That King Push album is coming soon. Produced top to bottom by Kanye." @PUSHA_T— TeamKanyeDaily (@TeamKanyeDaily) September 3, 2017
The album was previously said to be "85%" produced by Kanye, with additional production from Pharrell and Chad Hugo of The Neptunes.
Kanye and Pusha T have worked together extensively in the past with the former Clipse rapper appearing on every one of West's albums since My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. Pusha T is the current president of G.O.O.D. Music. Pusha T's second studio album King Push – Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude came out in 2015.
Thumbnail image via Pusha T's Instagram.