After starting a frenzy on Twitter with his feature on Fat Joe’s “All The Way Up (Remix),” Jay Z’s making another guest appearance. But this time he’ll be on Pusha T’s new single “Drug Dealers Anonymous.”
The track will serve as the first single off Pusha T’s oft-delayed King Push album. The G.O.O.D Music President made the announcement via Twitter:
The Virginia native has been quite busy with Brooklyn newcomer/G.O.O.D. Music signee Desiigner and his smash single “Panda,” but somehow he’s found time to hit the studio to finish up his highly anticipated LP.
Come October, it’ll be three years since Pusha T released his debut solo LP My Name Is My Name, which featured Chris Brown, Rick Ross, The-Dream, Jeezy, Kendrick Lamar, Future, 2 Chainz, Big Sean, and the list goes on.
No word on when King Push will officially drop, but it seems like Pusha’s planning on derailing Drake’s Summer Sixteen plans with some heat of his own.
SOURCE: Twitter | PHOTO CREDIT: G.O.O.D Music/ Def Jam