Pusha T Provides Album Updates For Big Sean, Kanye West

Pusha T recalls performing for drug dealers before The Clipse’s “Grindin’” record broke. More News On HipHopDX

Pusha T reveals that albums from himself and Big Sean will be the first G.O.O.D. Music projects released in 2016.

As president of G.O.O.D. Music, Virginia wordsmith Pusha T offered a small update on the 2016 releases from those on the label, during an interview with DJ Enuff's Heavy Hitters.

He revealed that his King Push project and Big Sean’s album will likely be the first releases of 2016. In regards to Kanye’s SWISH album, Pusha says it’ll come when ‘Ye wants it to come out.

“The first two projects we’re looking at, mine and Sean’s,” Pusha T said. “This one’s coming out the 18th. I got another album entitled King Push that’s coming out in April. Sean dropping. The Kanye SWISH project, you know, he come when he want to come. I don’t even bother him about his situation…I don’t even want to talk to him.”

Later in the interview, Pusha recalled the amount of time it took for The Clipse’s “Grindin’” record to break. He also explained that prior to the record breaking, he and his brother would perform for drug dealers for $2,000 a show since they “knew what the record was about.”

“What people don’t know is that that record that went on to become a classic called ‘Grindin,’’ that record took like nine months to break,” he said. “Like nine full months. I was at Arista Records at that time and I happened to walk in on a label meeting. L.A. Reid was going crazy about the record because the record was getting like 100 spins consistently for like four weeks, and they weren’t working it…So then, they put me on a promo tour…At this time I was doing like—Me and my brother was doing $2,000 shows for every drug dealer in the country…Cause that’s who knew what the record was about.”

Video of Pusha T providing G.O.O.D. Music album updates, can be found below.