A new release date for Pusha T’s “King Push” has been announced.
Pusha T is currently preparing a spring 2015 release date for his sophomore album “King Push” according to a new Rolling Stone interview. The album, Pusha’s first release since his long-in-the making solo debut “My Name Is My Name”, is set to include more music like the recently released and Kanye West produced “Lunch Money” according to the rapper.
“I dropped ‘Lunch Money’ to show how far out me and ‘Ye are going to go, just sonically,” he told Rolling Stone. “Now, I feel like people don’t know where the hell I’m going to go on the next record. And that’s where I want them to be. ‘Unorthodox’ has become synonymous with Pusha T’s music, back to records like ‘Grindin.’ Everybody’s gonna be really locked in and shocked to see how I’ve raised the level of musicality from My Name Is My Name to King Push.”
The younger Thornton brother also said he’s been working continuously on putting the record together.
“Aw, man, I’m working on it feverishly,” he said. “It’s amazing. I feel like the sound will be second to none. And of course you already know the raps will be smacking people all left and right. I’ve been working on it constantly.”
Source: Hip Hop DX