Pusha T Explains New Album's Delay, Says Yeezy Produced 5 Songs
Pusha T's long delayed G.O.O.D. Music debut, My Name Is My Name, has a new release date. Also, the Clipse MC revealed that highly anticipated project will feature five beats from Kanye West, who also serves as its executive producer.
Pusha A Ton was on RapFix Live and asserted than My Name Is My Name, which now drops October 8, is ready to drop. "Album is finished, album's amazing," Push told MTV News. "Ya know, It's been a lot of the talk of the pushbacks and so on and so forth, but that's out of my control. And it don't matter 'cause my dope don't spoil, like it really doesn't. My dope don't spoil."
As for his new album's delay, Push only said that it was samples clearances, and Yeezy making sure that it was up to snuff, is what made the album's initial July release date come and go. He also added that Yeezy contributed five beats.
Watch Push talk about My Name Is My Name below.
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