According to the newly-announced president, his upcoming album King Push is one of his top priorities at the moment. In addition to revealing that King Push will serve as his first order of business, Pusha also dubbed the album “the rawest album of 2015.”
The rapper later spoke on wanting to model his G.O.O.D. Music presidency after President Barack Obama.
“We gon’ get this King Push album out, first and foremost,” Pusha T said. “I feel like we just gonna start there and just—At the end of the day, it’s just about keeping the high level of quality. And productivity. And high art level of music and artistry that G.O.O.D. Music is known for…I’m rocking with Obama. Do you see what he is doing with these drug laws? And all this. And he’s on his way out, but we getting all these different drug laws remixed. And sort of fixing like the Rockefeller drug laws. And just fixing all of those things that were set in place during the Bush-Reagan era.”
Prior to speaking on King Push and his new role at G.O.O.D. Music, Pusha T detailed his experience working with adidas on past collaborations with the brand.
“Working with adidas has been really good,” he said. “Simply because adidas is very hip and very into the culture. And they’ve prided themselves on keeping any and everything that I do with the brand, synonymous with my brand. It’s just been uncompromising.”
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