"Interstate trafficking's alive!" King Push said when announcing the new dates Wednesday. Phony PPL will provide support on all dates except the festival stops. Below, catch the new flyer for what Pusha has dubbed the Daytona Tour Part 2.
Multiple DAYTONA-promoting dates were called off back in July, including stops in St. Louis and Cleveland. Several venues attributed the cancelations to "scheduling conflicts."
The album itself served as the kickoff to what's since been nicknamed Kanye West's "Wyoming Sessions." Following the May 25th release of what is damn near universally considered Pusha's finest work, West continued his seven-song experiment with weekly new projects from Nas and Teyana Taylor, as well as his own solo album and the Kid Cudi collab Kids See Ghosts. The latter, thankfully, may be getting an eventual sequel.
Speaking with Complex in August, Pusha said he knew "100 percent" that he had crafted something special with his follow-up to Darkest Before Dawn. "I knew DAYTONA is a classic rap album as soon as I stepped out the studio," he said. "There hasn't been better production on an album, or a better-rapped album than DAYTONA this year."
Asked to name his top 5, Pusha revealed a very understandable ranking. "Easy," he told Complex at the time. "Pusha-T, Pusha-T, Pusha-T, Pusha-T, Pusha-T!"