Pusha T Shares Details About His Next Album, "King Push," Including Two Key Producers

It's only been two months since the release of Pusha T's excellent solo debut My Name Is My Name, but the G.O.O.D. Music rapper is already beginning to look toward his next project. In a public Q&A moderated by Miss Info tonight at New York's SoHo Apple Store, he hinted at what that might entail, according to audience members and bloggers on site:

Chad and Pharrell. As in  Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo. Yup, apparently Pusha T is headed back to record with his old friends The Neptunes. For 20 days. The duo is behind all three groundbreaking albums from Pusha T's original group, Clipse. Twenty days? Think how much grindin' can be done in 20 days. Get excited.

In the meantime, Pusha T still has a few singles on deck from MNIMN. He announced he's shooting the video for "Suicide" tomorrow in New York, and the videos for "40 Acres" and "S.N.I.T.C.H." are up next after that. 

 [via @LowKeyUHTN; @MikeyFresh1]

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