All eyes have been on Pusha T for his upcoming solo album released through G.O.O.D. Music. The Clipse member released his first single, “Pain,” featuring Future with Kanye West behind the boards. Now, in an interview with Boombox, he reveals that there will be song with Rick Ross on the project. Although the track hasn’t been titled yet, it will definitely be a rap favorite.
“It's hard and emotional; it's what people wanna hear... as a rap purist," he said. "It almost has the same qualities to me that “Sixteen” with [Ross] and Andre 3000 [had]. Not that the song sounds anything like that, but just the fact that you want to hear rap. Like you just hear two guys blacking out over verses.”
He continued. "My first lines on that record are, 'I sold more dope than I sold records.' It's just a reality-based record. I think on it we both embrace the ills. We embrace the ills of the lifestyle of music, the ills of the street."
Besides working with Ross and Future for the album, Pusha gave more details on his other collaborations that are namely producers. "My collaborations are just producer-based from Swizz [Beatz] to Rico Beats to [The-]Dream to Kanye to Pharrell to No I.D. to Young Chop," he said. “As far as [artist] collaborations go, I'm not really focused on them quite, quite yet. Once I live with the body of work I can see or feel who's gonna be good on this record and so on and so forth."