Last night at the Bacardi Fusion Lounge in Tribeca, New York, we caught up with G.O.O.D. Music artist Pusha T. Push was fresh off of a flight from Los Angeles, where he's been working with Kanye West on his upcoming sophomore album King Push.

We spoke to him about his 20-day stint in the studio with the Chad Hugo and Pharrell Williams, and what it's like working with the duo. Push informed us that he actually hadn't collaborated with the two as a unit since the Clipse released Lord Willin'. In addition to Kanye and The Neptunes, Push is working with a slew of other producers to get the sound on King Push just right. But producers is where the collaboration stops with Pusha informing us that he doesn't have any guests verses for this album...yet. He's clearly going for the crown. 

Check out the full interview above to see what Pusha had to say about the audience response to his last solo album My Name Is My Name and if he has or hasn't heard Kanye's upcoming project. 

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