Thursday, May 24, 2018
Pusha T’s Manager Confirms a New Album Is Coming This Friday
It was about a month ago when Kanye West tweeted the release date of Pusha T’s highly anticipated third studio album. Needless to say, it was an exciting announcement; however, there was some mild skepticism surrounding the drop for two main reasons: 1) Fans have been waiting on the oft-delayed King Push project since 2014. And, 2) Kanye was making a habit of tweeting a bunch of questionable shit.
Well, just days before King Push’s reported release date, his longtime manager, Steven Victor, has reassured DJ Booth that the album will arrive this Friday. Victor is also the EVP and head of A&R at Def Jam Records, which is G.O.O.D. Music's parent label. The music exec teased the project over the weekend, sharing a screenshot of a text conversation in which he called King Push “flawless.”
Last week, Kanye posted a Twitter video that featured a white board that appeared to reveal the official tracklist for Pusha's forthcoming project. The clip showed eight song titles listed under “Push.” The names included “If You Know U Know,” “Come Back Baby,” “Hard Piano,” and “Santaria.”
Many suspect Pusha's forthcoming album is called King Push; however, the title of the project dropping on May 25 is still unknown.
Posted by Muddy at 9:55 AM