“I’ve already looked past that,” Push said. “I don’t look towards that anymore. Bygones are bygones. And I think that’s really good that [Drake and Ye] squashed it. That works really good for them.”
Kanye West, Pusha T, Drake, all had been throwing shots at each other on records since 2011. However, things got slightly more serious in 2018 after Push declared surgical summer on the Certified Lover Boy, which culminated with the release of “The Story Of Adidon.”
About a year after, Ye and Drake squashed their beef, which Push says was a good decision.
“When he told me, I told him that might be good for you. That shit will work well for you. We don’t gotta consult, but we just had a talk about it.”
In the same interview, Pusha T discusses his upcoming album, saying “There’s no album that’s better than mine this year.”
He also confirms production on the album is being handled by Kanye West and Pharrell Williams.
“Nobody makes better music with those two entities than me,” he said. “want people to stop working with them, because it sort of cheapens what I do.”
He then adds that every artist featured on the album “is great in their space,” and matches the production on the album, because Pharrell and Ye “only like to work with a certain tier of artist when it’s rap time.”
The next full-length from him will complete his record contract with Def Jam, and Pusha said that while the label “has been great” he remained quiet on what his future plans are. “The climate of music…. it’s all very different from when I first started. So who knows? I’m not gonna stop creating,” he said at the 18:20 mark.
Watch the full interview below.