The younger Thornton takes to Shade 45 to discuss his hectic 2011 and the status of Malice and the Clipse Pusha T. is going full on into his solo career. The recent G.O.O.D. Music signee has plans to release a grip of new music in the coming year. He took time off from his busy recording schedule to talk with Ms. Civil on Shade 45 radop. Regarding his solo debut full length Pusha revealed that he had been working on songs with Swizz Beatz, Pharrell, and of course his label CEO, Kanye West. The album has no title or release date set as of right now.
But don’t despair, you will be hearing new Pusha music very soon. The Clipse emcee’s delayed Fear Of God mixtape is expected, “sometime in February.” About the tape, the VA rapper had this to say, “[It’s] back to street, hardcore hip-hop, taking that whole dynamic of the ’95 mixtape, competitive spirit. And just going in on everything, any and everything. It’s old instrumentals, it’s new stuff, it’s original stuff. It’s just hard, it has to be hard to have a title like that, it has to be mean.” As for the status of Pusha’s older brother: “Malice is working on his book. That was always the plan, to do everything to expand the Re-Up Gang.” Pusha also took time to dispel any breakup rumors, “We not breaking up. We brothers, it can’t happen.”