Pusha T Reveals Why He Didn’t Feature Kendrick Lamar on ‘It’s Almost Dry’

Pusha T’s new album It’s almost dry discontinued last month, but there was a feature that was intentionally missing.

In his interview with Hype GQ, Pusha revealed that he asked Kendrick Lamar to be on his latest album. The Compton rapper “was one of the first people he called,” but they couldn’t find a song that was different enough from their latest collab “Nosetalgia” from 2013. my name is my name. Pusha didn’t want to repeat himself, so he finally decided to move on.

It’s almost dry However features JAY-Z, but Push was careful not to create another “Drug Dealers Anonymous”.

“I was very determined not to do the same JAY-Z record,” he said of the Pharrell-produced “Neck & Wrist.”

Moreover, he weighed on QG recently declaring Future the best living rapper, a title bestowed upon him by Complex in 2018. “Future came into the game and created a lane. So from that alone, he can be considered the greatest rapper alive by anybody,” he said. There is no discussion. It is to be respected – The future must be respected.

Pusha earned the first No. 1 album of her 20-year career with It’s almost drywhich debuted on the Billboard 200 with 55,000 equivalent album units.

He will perform the album live when he hits the road on his “It’s Almost Dry” tour, which kicks off May 29 in Seattle.

As for Kendrick, he is preparing to release his own album Mr. Morale and Big Steps May 13. Earlier this week he hinted that it could be a double album as well as a book.

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