Pusha T Says Kanye West Made Him Record 'King Push' Three Times

“Getting this album perfect for y’all.”

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At this weekend’s Made in America Festival, Pusha T gave fans yet another update on his upcoming third solo album, King Push. Before his performance of “Crutches, Crosses, Caskets,” the G.O.O.D. Music president once again confirmed that Kanye West has produced the whole album and is the sole reason why it hasn’t been released yet. Pusha noted that in the last two months, he and West have worked day and night perfecting the album, which has forced the duo to record King Push three times. Apparently, West is constantly unhappy with the beats on the album and has scrapped them multiple times stating he can do better. We still don’t have an official release date for King Push, but check out the rapper talking about the album below and stay tuned for more details.

For more music news, check out Chief Keef’s latest 10-track mixtape, The W.

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