Pusha T reveals his new album is titled ‘It’s Almost Dry’, announces USA tour

The follow-up to his 2018 album 'Daytona' is on the way

Pusha T has confirmed his upcoming fourth studio album will be titled ‘It’s Almost Dry’ and announced USA tour dates supporting the record.

The rapper has also announced he will be embarking on a tour of the United States in support of the album starting this May. There will be more dates to come, as the rapper has noted that the announcement is only “phase one” of the tour. Currently, 12 tour dates have been announced, including stops in Seattle and Los Angeles.

Tickets go on sale on tomorrow (April 8), but pre-sales will open in various timezones across the United States via Ticketmaster today.

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Pusha T released ‘Neck & Wrist’ featuring Jay-Z, the latest single from ‘It’s Almost Dry’, just yesterday (April 6). The single was produced by Pharrell Williams and follows the release of February’s ‘Diet Coke’, which was produced by Kanye West and 88-Keys.

‘Neck & Wrist’ is also the first collaboration between Pusha T and Jay-Z since the 2016 single ‘Drug Dealers Anonymous’, with Pusha T revealing Jay-Z’s involvement on his album just a month prior. Speaking to the Millions Dollaz Worth of Game podcast, the Clipse rapper revealed that he had “three songs with [Jay-Z] now”, elaborating that one of the three is “something for the new album”.

Pusha T’s last album, ‘Daytona’, earned him a Best Rap Album nomination at the 2019 Grammy Awards. Since that release, the rapper has dropped several stand-alone singles, including ‘No Problem’, ‘Sociopath’ with Kash Doll, ‘Coming Home’ with Lauryn Hill and ‘Puppets’.

Pusha T was also recently featured on DJ and Bape founder Nigo’s new album, ‘I Know Nigo’, on the track ‘Hear Me Clearly’.

Pusha T’s ‘It’s Almost Dry’ USA tour dates are:

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Sunday, May 29 – Showbox SoDo, Seattle, WA
Wednesday, June 1 – The Regency Ballroom, San Francisco, CA
Thursday, June 2 – Anaheim, CA – House of Blues
Saturday, June 4 – The Novo, Los Angeles, CA
Sunday, June 5 – The Observatory North Park, San Diego, CA
Tuesday, June 7 – Concord Music Hall, Chicago, IL
Wednesday, June 8 – The Majestic Theatre, Detroit, MI 
Wednesday, June 15 – Big Night Live, Boston, MA 
Thursday, June 16 – Irving Plaza, New York, NY 
Tuesday, June 21 – Center Stage, Atlanta, GA 
Wednesday, June 22 – The Underground, Charlotte, NC 
Thursday, June 23 – Theater of Living Arts, Philadelphia, PA 

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