Pusha T is fulfilling his presidential duties and then some. The head honcho of Kanye West‘s G.O.O.D. Music label recently sat down with Beats 1‘s Zane Lowe and offered up some golden nuggets about his future plans, even dropping off his Boi-1da-produced record “M.F.T.R.” featuring The-Dream.
King Push also delivered the tea on his collaborations for his upcoming album Darkest Before Dawn before dishing on his business plan. Beyond keeping an ear to Top 40 and the Internet for potential signees, Push says he’s fiddling with the idea of G.O.O.D. Music festival.
“G.O.O.D. Music is known for fan engagement, even going back to G.O.O.D. Friday [series] and what that started to how people are releasing music and building anticipation,” he said. “I got a few goals that I wanna make happen in regards to some type of G.O.O.D. Music Festival or at least start with a show. I feel like the fans never get to see all of us on one platform. Still, it’s all about getting out high-quality art.”
He also offered a mini-update on Mr. West’s highly anticipated LP, Swish. “Kanye called me the other day and was super excited about his music,” he said. “He never stops working. I can tell you this: people are going to be in for a treat.”
“It’s not a Pusha T record if it’s not an unorthodox record,” says Push, who also revealed that his Darkest Before Dawn follow-up, King Push, will drop in April 2016.
Listen to the full interview here.