New material from Pusha-T debuted at NIGO’s Kenzo Paris Fashion week show on Sunday. Nearly four years separated from his Grammy-nominated album Daytona, the rapper premiered a new track at the show, one year after hinting that a new album was in the works. The track also comes just months after Pusha released single “Misfit Toys” in November.
While it’s uncertain if the track will be featured on his upcoming album, the unreleased cut could be a part of compilation album I KNOW NIGO. According to Hypbeast, the creative director and designer’s album will have guest appearances from Pharrell Williams, Kid Cudi, A$AP Rocky, Tyler, the Creator, Fam-Lay, Lil Uzi Vert and Teriyaki Boyz.
Also appearing at NIGO’s Kenzo show was Gunna, who joked with Pusha and Williams that he was “Pushin P”, also the titled of a track from his new album DS4Ever.
On Sunday, Pusha T also posted on his Instagram an image of Lana Del Ray covered with a powdered substance. Alongside the image, the rapper posted a clip of him rapping more upcoming material at a party, which Kanye West also attended.
Steven Victor also made an appearance in the clip and spoke with Pusha-T in 2020 about his next album during an interview with Rap Caviar. Pusha revealed that he had been reconvening with The Neptunes and West. In the same year, the rapper also mentioned having a “a hard drive full of gems” with Madlib and that he was working on three separate projects.
“As of right now, it’s only Ye and Pharrell,” he said excitedly. “And Neptunes, I’m sorry. That’s it. Ain’t nothing to talk about…you know I bring the best out of everybody.”
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