I've been prepping my nostrils all month for the release of Pusha-T's new album DAYTONA. Now, with the G.O.O.D. Music boss' new album just hours away from ingestion, clips from a listening party in New York City have alerted fans to a few notable lines from the seven-track release. 

In DAYTONA closer "Infrared," King Push makes a reference directed at Drake with a mention of Quentin Miller:

It was written like Nas but it came from Quentin

Here's a clip:

 

One more preview. #DAYTONA 5/25. @kingpush

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As anyone wisely in tune with the Pusha legacy already knows, this shot isn't exactly unprecedented. Way back in 2011, Pusha hit Drake's "Dreams Money Can Buy" with a freestyle and dubbed the overwhelmingly 🔥 results "Don't Fuck With Me." In 2016, Drake spent a few words on the Kanye West-assisted "Two Birds, One Stone" calling out someone—presumably King Push—who "made a couple chops" and now believes they're Chapo. Pusha bringing up Quentin would be another jab in a back-and-forth war of words between these two rappers.

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Elsewhere on DAYTONA, we're getting a timely West verse and the welcomed return of the hyphen in Pusha's name. The album, Pusha explained Wednesday just two hours after turning in the masters, is made for fans of "high taste level luxury drug raps."

Next month, in addition to a slew of additional seven-track (?) G.O.O.D. albums, we'll be hit with Drake's latest Scorpion. Will the 6 God tuck a Pusha response into the More Life follow-up somewhere? We shall see.