Pusha T is releasing a new Kanye West produced album tonight. And in it - he has a song called song “Infrared.” The song may end up being career suicide for Pusha. Cause he went at the BEST IN THE GAME Drake.
Pusha took the subliminal shots at Drake, while giving his alleged ghostwriter, Quentin Miller, a shoutout.
Pusha rhymed,“It was written like Nas but it came from Quentin.” That's some obvious shade to Drake. Unfortunately we're not sure what he said leading up to the reference or after it, but he definitely was talking about Drake.
Of course, Meek Mill learned the lesson of what happens when you mess with Drizzy.
Pusha-T’s latest work is called Daytona.
NYMag reported that:
"On Wednesday night Pusha-T previewed the album at an event, snippets of which have appeared on Twitter. Included in the clips is a snippet of West’s verse from “What Would Meek Do?” which is the sixth track on the seven-song album. The verse comes complete with a psyche-out “scoop” at the beginning and plenty of responses to his critics, including “you gotta watch who you callin’ crazy.”
The report continued because, "Pitchfork has also confirmed that Pusha-T has added the hyphen back to his name. This will be his first album release since 2015’s King Push – Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude. And for a while the new work was rumored to be called King Push. The rapper went into more detail about the album’s name change on Twitter, “I changed the album title from King Push to Daytona because I felt it didn’t represent the overall message of this body of work. Daytona represents the fact that I have the luxury of time. That luxury only comes when u have a skill set that your confident in.”