Pusha T Explains Kanye West Contract Post & Revealing Drake's Secret To The World
King Push season is upon us. The release of “Diet Coke,” and now, his recent press run, is a strong indication that the official follow-up to Daytona will be arriving shortly. In the four years since the album’s release, much transpired in Push’s world. His feud with Drake came to an end after Kanye and the Canadian rapper came together for the Free Larry Hoover concert in December. Then, Pusha T shared what appeared to be a contract relieving him from his artistic duties on G.O.O.D Music.
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During his recent appearance on Million Dollaz Worth Of Game, Pusha T explained that the contract he posted had nothing to do with a departure from G.O.O.D Music. He said that Kanye forfeited his percentage of profits from Pusha’s catalog, giving the Virginia MC 100% ownership of his past and future releases. “What that was was basically Kanye forfeiting all of his profits from my whole catalog — back catalog to now — to me,” Push explained. “A lot of people say they’re your brother but like, for him to show you — show me — that we are brothers to do something like that. That was major.”
Elsewhere in the interview, Pusha T also looked back at the bombshell that he dropped with the release of “The Story Of Adidon.” Push explained that there was no pushback from his label to release the freestyle, largely because he didn’t bother telling anyone that he was dropping it. “When it’s wartime, people gotta be all in,” Push explained. “I’m not going to speak to anybody who isn’t all in when it’s wartime.”
The single itself was filled with major revelations, including Drake’s yet-to-be-revealed son, with…