Black Coffee talks working with Pharrell Williams at 3:00 mark, check it out above.
After weeks of teasers, Pusha T has finally dropped third album ‘Daytona’. All seven tracks on the record have been produced and co-produced by Kanye West, with four features: one from Kanye West himself, singer 070 Shake from their Good Music camp, Tony Williams and Rick Ross. There are plenty of references to drugs talks on the album as well as a diss track to Drake. Drake responded with his own shot at Pusha, Kanye West and Pusha’s fiancé Virginia Williams with a track called ‘Duppy, prior to that diss, Pusha answered with his ‘ Story Of Adidon’ diss in which Pusha ended ultimately the beef with Drake revealing to the world tha Drake has a son, taking shot’s at his Mom, Dad and his producer ‘40’.
With anticipation at fever pitch, reactions were always going to be strong. While some made jokes about joining the trap game, Pusha stayed old school and proved to have released a classic. Kanye West paid $85,000 to license a photo of Whitney Houston’s drug-filled bathroom for the cover of Pusha-T’s new album “Daytona,”. The image, which was taken in Houston’s Atlanta home in 2006 after an alleged drug binge, features a multitude of drugs and paraphernalia. Pusha told radio host Angie Martinez that West, who produced the entire album, changed the artwork at the very last minute.
“He changed my artwork last night at 1 a.m. He wasn’t feeling it,” Pusha told Martinez. “The [original] artwork — it was pictures that we all agreed on. He picked the photographer, I took these pictures, I was like, ‘Yo, these are fresh.’ I picked all of these pictures out, he had a little edit to it, how he wanted the actual grading of the picture to look. Picked the picture, great, we look, boom, boom, boom, it’s good.” Pusha said that West paid for the artwork out of his own pocket. “This is what people need to see to go along with this music,”
Pusha T – Daytona (2018)
01 – If You Know You Know (Kanye West)
02 – The Games We Play (Kanye West, Andrew Dawson)
03 – Hard Piano feat. Rick Ross & Tony Williams (Kanye West, Andrew Dawson, Mike Dean)
04 – Come Back Baby (Kanye West, Andrew Dawson)
05 – Santeria feat. 070 Shake (Kanye West, Mike Dean)
06 – What Would Meek Do feat. (Kanye West)
07 – Infrared (Kanye West)
A$AP Ant and Soduh just released a tune titled ‘Pharrell’. Produced by Marino Gang producer AR and Cream Wallo, the song finds the A$AP vet and his fellow Baltimore crony Soduh channeling their inner N*E*R*D circa 1999 as they exchange braggadocios bars over a bouncy, bass-heavy, melodic banger, check it out below.
According to The Pilot, Pharrell wants to make Virginia Beach a movie destination. “As I stood on set among all of this positivity and productive energy, I asked myself: Why were we telling a Hampton Roads story in Atlanta?” said Pharrell about shooting Hidden Figures three years ago. His solution is to create a film and sound stage campus, possibly in Virginia Beach. “Virginia raised me and made me who I am today,” Williams said in an email to The Pilot.
“Nothing would make me happier than to work with the state of Virginia on making it a place where people come to create film, television shows and advertising. It would provide jobs and inspiration.” Williams is consulting with Venture Realty Group, a commercial real estate developer based in Virginia Beach, on possible sites for a future film campus, according to Donna MacMillan-Whitaker, a managing partner in the company. “For now, we are focused on putting the right program together, something that attracts the right business, adds jobs and increases revenues for the state,” she said. “Pharrell Williams has always wanted to bring back and help grow the film industry in Virginia Beach and create opportunities for others to have in his home city,” legislator. Del. Glenn Davis said about the project.
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