Pusha T Hits the Studio w/ Scott Storch for New Album ‘King Push’

(AllHipHop News) Pusha T has been working on the follow-up to his successful debut My Name is My Name.

While in Miami, Pusha touched base with legendary producer Scott Storch to start work on his sophomore album King Push.

Pusha T spoke on the classic touch that working with Storch was going to add.

“I just think I came over here because music is coming back to musicality and people who are really skilled with it on the keyboards and sounds sophisticated, who else is better at sophisticated music than Scott Storch?”

Pusha revealed: “I’m working on my album its entitled King Push. I just strive for perfection I’m coming in here with the heavy hitters. I’m coming in here with heavy producers, simply because you know when I do my mixtape thing, it’s me…my mind, my beat picking, I turn into a student.”

Scott Storch also touched on working with Pusha on his new upcoming solo effort.

“He’s always looking to do something special. The fact that he’s doing his solo thing he can really hone in on that and tailor make it to the way he wants it,” Scott Storch added.

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20 Responses to “Pusha T Hits the Studio w/ Scott Storch for New Album ‘King Push’”

  1. 7yoyo7

    Hopefully, it will be a better album than MNIMN. People get so hyped over media lately that they consider this AVERAGE album as one of the best from 2013.
    This dude is able to stack way more lyrical content than that last album with weak featurings…

    • TheAfroRican

      Yeah the features and the trap/emo-like production hampered the album. Should have stuck to the formula in the first place

    • Myleage

      um most of the features were by people he already collab with like Ab-Liva. Def NOT an average album and is easily better than all of the major releases that year. Im looking at you Drake….

      • 7yoyo7

        The collab with Ab-Liva sucks! Get the Re-Up Gang mixtapes to hear him at his best.
        He also spit well on re-Up gang motivation.

    • ursocalledgod

      AVERAGE album?? come on B! that was one of the top three albums this year if your a true hardcore hip hop fan. Push, Jay, and Kendrick were the only big hitters out there. tell me who was hitting harder? dont fall in here with no soft R&B rapping ass cats like Drake or any other of them run of the mill cats.

      • 7yoyo7

        Good tracks on MNIMN (IN MY OPINION) :
        1. “King Push”
        2. “Numbers On the Boards”
        3. “Sweet Serenade” (featuring Chris Brown)
        10. “Nosetalgia” (featuring Kendrick Lamar)
        12. “S.N.I.T.C.H.” (featuring Pharrell)

        That’s it! I bought the album because I’m a big Clipse fan.
        “40 Acres” is lyrically one of the best on the album but The Dream vocals fcuk the whole track and the beat could have been WAY BETTER. And orget about featurings used for high sales without any substance (Future? Kelly Rowland? 2Chainz? etc…).

        I don’t really care about “big hitters”… Just good music. Guilty Simpson’s “Dice Game”, MosDef’s “The Recstatic” are hard albums to me without selling 400000000 units…

      • ursocalledgod

        You said it was average but you just named 6 tracks that’s bangers lol come on now big features for sales? Who?!! I would hardly call Kelly Rowland, 2 chains, and future A list names. I don’t see how you skipped past ” hold on” with him and Ross. That shit was mad dope! Yes I agree Mos Def is a MONSTER and does it without radio or videos. Unless I’m missing something Push doesn’t do radio or videos or if he does do a video is hard as hell and nothing flashy. YouTube a few.

      • 7yoyo7

        “Good tracks” not bangers….
        Not A list names? Kelly Rowland? Let alone 2 Chains and Future, I dont even like their style but I see them on featurings EVERYWHERE!
        As far as the Mos Def comment I was talking about the Recstatic album not the whole rap persona, it wouldnt make any sense in this debate.

      • ursocalledgod

        You know why you see them on a lot of features? Their asking price is reasonable.

  2. MidWestFlyest

    I liked MNIMN, but that’s just me, especially S.N.I.T.C.H. great story telling and if y’all don’t know the story behind that song, just know that’s it’s all too real for the Clipse. In either case I am excited to hear what Storch has in store for Push, as well as those Neptunes cuts he cooking up. We need another We Got It 4 Cheap mixtape, those shits are classic too.

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