Pusha-T Confirms Jay-Z Feature on New Album

During an appearance on the 'Million Dollaz Worth of Game' podcast, Pusha-T revealed that he’s got a collaboration with Jay-Z on his next album.

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During an appearance on the Million Dollaz Worth of Game podcast, Pusha-T revealed that he’s got a collaboration with Jay-Z on his next album.

Speaking with Gillie Da Kid and Wallo, Pusha discussed his history with Jay before mentioning that he’s “got three songs with him now.” He previously worked with Hov on Kanye West’s “So Appalled,” and the two joined forces for his 2016 track “Drug Dealers Anonymous.” After mentioning his three songs with Jay, he said that one of the songs is “something from my new album.”

“I don’t know if I was supposed to say that,” Pusha added.

The two hosts told Push that he “barbecue baked” Jay on “Drug Dealers Anonymous,” which led to the rapper further teasing his new collab with him. “Oh, he got busy,” he said with a smile. “I send him shit ‘cause I know he gonna say shit that I just can’t say. To me, that’s what be wild impressive.” 


— Club Ambition (@ClubAmbition__) February 21, 2022

His latest comments come after he told Complex’s Speedy Morman that there’s “numerous tracks” on the record that he could see Jay rapping on. However, Pusha appeared to shoot down rumors that he had worked with Jay on the album, although it’s likely that he wanted to keep his verse a surprise. At the time, he added he’ll only work with Jay on a song if he’s “totally satisfied” with his own verse, but thinks the song needs something extra.

In that same interview, he promised that “there’s no album better than mine this year.” There’s no tentative release date for the record just yet, but Pusha teased that it’s produced by Kanye and the Neptunes, and is expected to arrive in the next few months.

Elsewhere in the podcast, he reiterated that the contract he recently showed on Instagram wasn’t an indication that he’s departing Ye’s G.O.O.D. Music. Instead, he explained that it was a contract that allowed Kanye to sign over his profits from his back catalog and the new album over to him. 

Ye did what real brothers do@pusha_t got a real one behind him pic.twitter.com/FCvT3Bm5yU

— MILLION $ WORTH OF GAME (@mworthofgame) February 20, 2022

Watch King Push’s full interview on Million Dollaz Worth of Game above.

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