The New York-born rapper recently released his third studio album ‘Daytona’, which was largely recorded in Jackson Hole, Wyoming with West serving as the executive producer.
The seclusion afforded by the recording space in Wyoming produced a number of challenges for Pusha, with the rapper confessing to GQ that the set-up had “a very rehab type of feel”.
“[It was] secluded, away, super laser-focused on the music,” he said. “Clean living. Disconnected from everybody except those who are about the art. I was just focused on health.”
Asked if anything “weird” happened, Pusha then revealed that, at one point, he got chased by a fox because he was “in their habitat, invading their habitat”.