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Pusha T is "85%" Done With "Mostly" Kanye-Produced 'King Push' Album

Pusha's long-awaited album isn't done quite yet, but will have plenty of Ye production once it is.

For the last three years, Pusha T has been working on King Push, his third full-length solo album and the follow-up to 2015's King Push – Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude.

While fans have been treated to a plethora of high-quality verses over the past 18 months, including features on Royce da 5'9"'s "Layers," Logic's "Wrist" and Flume's "Enough," all any die-hard Pusha fan really wants is the album.

Although King Push is still not complete, according to the artist himself, it's nearing completion.

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In a new interview with Complex's Jinx, the veteran Virginia rapper revealed that the project is "85%" done. "It's wrap time, for sure," said Pusha.

When asked by Jinx if the album is a "Virginia album," eluding to his work with longtime friends and collaborators Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo, Pusha confessed that the majority of the production will actually be handled by his G.O.O.D Music boss, Kanye West.

"It's mostly Kanye West," said Pusha. "Good beats, I'm telling you. I'm giving you the science. Craaaaaak."

We still have no idea if Kanye is or isn't working on new music and whether or not a Ye album will or won't be released before the end of 2017, but in the meantime, we'll certainly take Pusha's long-awaited King Push LP.


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