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It's here. Pusha-T's new album Daytona, formerly referred to as King Push, is finally out in the world.
The new record, which was fully produced by Kanye West, arrived late Thursday night, officially Friday. It is available now on digital platforms worldwide.
West, who had previously teased the record would be out this month, is also featured on the track "What Would Meek Do?." Additionally, Rick Ross is featured on a track.
Pusha said he made the last-minute change to the title because he believed the original name "didn’t represent the overall message of this body of work," noting this new project is made for his "family."
The new album follows Pusha's 2014 debyt My Name Is My Name and 2015's King Push: Darkest Before Dawn. This new one has been one of Variance's 45 Albums to Watch for in 2018.
In addition to the new music, Pusha-T (whose name once again has a hyphen) will be performing on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live on May 31, with a series of "special, intimate performances," which have yet to be announced.
Hear the album below.