Kanye West and Neptunes to Produce Pusha T's Next Album

As confirmed by King Push himself.

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It’s been a long two years since Pusha T‘s last album DAYTONA, but the rapper’s manager finally gave an exciting update on what fans can expect from the followup.

In a recent Instagram Live via the RapCaviar account, Steven Victor and King Push confirmed that Kanye West and the NeptunesPharrell Williams and Chad Hugo — will be producing for his next album. “To be honest with y’all, I haven’t put any features on the album yet,” the rapper said, but after some confusion, confirmed that “as of right now, it’s only Ye and Pharrell, and Neptunes.”

“That’s it. Ain’t nothing to talk about,” he said, adding, “You know I bring the best out. I bring the best out of everybody.” Victor continues to share that he’s listened to four of the Pharrell tracks, and although Pusha tells him to avoid spoiling the surprises, the exec basically confirms that the cuts are so good, he’s already placed an order for a new car.

Pusha hasn’t revealed any major details regarding his fourth studio album, but he did confirm in a March 2020 AMA that he’s working on three projects, including one with Madlib and one with Tyler, the Creator.

In other music news, Travis Scott’s “SICKO MODE” has received diamond certification.

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