"I’m really on My Name Is My Name, and then my next album after that. I already got the whole mentality of it. I see it. It’s titled King Push. I don’t even think there’s going to be anybody on King Push."
The interview gets even more interesting as he describes turning down "N****s In Paris".
"He [Kanye] sent me some stuff that I don’t always feel. It happens. Then he’ll go out of his way to prove you wrong. And he does sometimes…”N*gg*s in Paris". You have to have that imagination sometime, and that’s something I’m learning. I’m so ready to rap and stuff that imagination don’t be kicking in."
Ouch. Hindsight is definitely 20/20, but man, that production was one of the best of 2011 and right up Pusha T's alley. I'm sure he's not kicking himself over the missed opportunity though. Back to the sophomore album, if there are indeed no features, I can see a short gap between first and second albums. But hey, let's see the first one come out, right?
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