The Track is said to be Pusha T’s follow-up album to DAYTONA, putting an end to the extended wait for new King Push music. Pusha T also has released the video for the track just hours after it was released.
“Pusha T coming up with new coke references will never get old,” tweeted Spotify’s Head of Urban Catalog Carl Chery, to which Push replied, “Welp this album is abt feeding the conscious mind, I hope you aren’t disappointed… I’m growing up Carl.”
Pusha T’s trending period appears to be on the way again, as he stated in an interview earlier this week that his follow-up to DAYTONA, speculated to be called “It’s Not Dry Yet”, will be the “motherfucking album of the year
shared documents from the execution of a recording contract with Def Jam to his Instagram page on Thursday, January 27, praising Kanye West in the comment. This raised suspicion regarding his standing at the label, implying that his Def Jam contract had been completed.