Pusha T may have recently dropped off his Wrath of Caine mixtape, but he’s ready to get the wheels turning on his official full-length solo debut.

While at the Grammy Awards last night, the Clipse member told Fuse‘s Alexa Chung that he’s planning to drop the LP in May and that the track “Millions” featuring Rick Ross will make the final cut.

“May. My Name is My Name is coming out this May,” he said. “It’s my solo debut album, and we got the record with Rick Ross on there called ‘Millions.’ We’re ‘Jam of the Week’ this week, so it’s really good.”

He also reflected on shooting the video for “Doesn’t Matter” with French Montana, stating that they grabbed a camera crew and shot the clip on the fly in the streets of Brooklyn, New York. “When I say guerilla style, me and French just went to Brooklyn, maybe 12 hour’s notice, got a camera, camera crew and just shot all through the streets of Brooklyn. It was awesome.”

In November 2012, the G.O.O.D. Music rapper announced the album title during a performance in New York City, New York. He later said that Kanye West likened the album to “Hell,” stating that ‘Ye told him, “Damn you painted some hell of a picture in this joint!”

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