Pusha T reveals details about his second album

'King Push' features Kanye, Hud Mo and more says the GOOD Music president

At the launch of his new Adidas Originals trainers on Thursday night in New York Pusha T revealed details about his upcoming second studio album.

The New York rapper – real name Terrence Thornton – also previewed a few tracks from what he dubbed ‘King Push: Darkness Before Dawn (The Prelude)’, and announced to the audience: “This is the music that I like and I think this is the music that you guys love from me.”

The tracks previewed included ‘More Famous Than Rich’, ‘Retribution’, ‘Money, Pussy, Alcohol’, ‘Crutches Crosses Caskets’, ‘FIFA’ and ‘Sunshine’.


Speaking about ‘More Famous Than Rich’, which features The Dream, the newly appointed GOOD Music president said that it was about how hip hop typically places fame ahead of money and explained that “it ain’t never been like that with me.”

Other collaborations on ‘King Push’ feature production credits by Kanye West, Timbaland, J Cole, Q-Tip, A$AP Rocky, Hudson Mohawke, Boi-1da and DJ Mano. Plus guest appearances from Jill Scott, rapper Future, Beanie Sigel and singer Kehlani.


On Thursday Pusha also released his track ‘Untouchable’, the first song to come off ‘King Push’. It’s producd by Timbaland and features a Biggie sample. Listen to it here:

Pusha was appointed president of GOOD Music, the label founded by Kanye West in 2004.

Pusha took four months to make the decision, and told Billboard.com about the process that saw West appoint him to the position:


“Actually, I was flying home and I had just got into my car at the airport. ‘Ye had called me and he was like, ‘Tell me something. What do you think about being the president of GOOD Music?’ And I was like, ‘Well, what are the things that you’re looking for?’ And he was basically just like, to manicure the label, make it profitable and be very business-oriented about it going forward in a manicured type of way.”

He continued:

“I always look at it as an opportunity to help the team and I think that artistically, me and Kanye have the same vision. He respects me as an artist, a really manicured artist.”