20th – Nashville, TN At Marathon Music Works
21st – Atlanta, GA At Center Stage
22nd – Charlotte, NC At Amos’ Southend
23rd – Washington, DC At 9:30 Club
25th – Philadelphia, PA At The Trocodero Theatre
26th – New York, NY At PlayStation Theater
29th – Sayreville, NJ At Starland Ballroom
30th – Boston, MA At Paradise Rock Club
1st – Montreal, QC At Club Soda
2nd – Toronto, ON At The Danforth Music Hall
4th – Royal Oak, MI At Royal Oak Music Theatre
5th – Chicago, IL At The Vic
6th – Minneapolis, MN At Mill City Nights
25th – Berlin, Germany At Berlin Kesselhaus
26th – Paris, France At La Trianon
27th – London, England At Koko
29th – Amsterdam, Netherlands At Paradiso
30th – Copenhagen, Denmark At Vega
1st – Stockholm, Sweden At Debaser Medis
3rd – Warsaw, Poland At Palladium
Here is the long awaited second studio album by Pusha T. ‘Darkest Before Dawn’, which doesn’t have any Neptunes tracks, but the album is pretty solid without any Neptunes nonetheless, Pusha released a short film with the album which came out a week earlier on Tidal and there is a new Neptunes track playin on the end credits titled ‘Switch‘ featuring Pharrell, which probably gonna be on his ‘King Push’ album coming next year in April. Pusha T’s new project is composed of 10 tracks, including the previously released “Crutches, Crosses, Caskets,” the haunting “M.F.T.R.,” and lead single, “Untouchable.”
“I sat with Timbaland, I sat with Kanye, I sat with Sean Combs, Boi-1da, Nashiem Myrick, Mario Winans, Baauer, and Mano, and got from each of them the darkest part of their souls on these beats, and it marries everything I’m doing right now lyrically,” I’ve managed to loop the ‘Switch’ snippet for now, so +make sure to cop the album on iTunes and peep out his ‘Darkest Before Dawn‘ Tour Dates including his Short Film below.
Pusha T. – Switch feat. Pharrell (15′)
Pusha T. – King Push – Darkest Before Dawn (The Prelude) (2015)
01 – Intro (Metro Boomin’, JGramm Beats)
02 – Untouchable (Milli, Timbaland)
03 – M.F.T.R. feat. The-Dream (Boi-1da, Frank Dukes)
04 – Crutches, Crosses, Caskets (Sean Combs)
05 – M.P.A. feat. Kanye West, A$AP Rocky & The-Dream (J. Cole, Kanye West)
06 – Got ‘Em Covered feat. Ab Liva (Milli, Timbaland)
07 – Keep Dealing feat. Beanie Sigel (Nashiem Myrick)
08 – Retribution feat. Kehlani (Bobby Death, Timbaland)
09 – F.I.F.A. (Q-Tip)
10 – Sunshine feat. Jill Scott (Hudson Mohawke, Baauer, Kanye West)
Pusha T. – Untouchable (Official Video) (2015)
Directed by Harrison Boyce.
Pusha T. – Crutches, Crosses, Caskets (Official Video) (2015)
Directed by Kid Art.
Darkest Before Dawn (2016)
Pusha T. is in popular demand. The Virginia rapper — formerly of the rap duo with his brother No Malice called Clipse — and newly appointed president of G.O.O.D. Music has been on his press run for weeks since launching his new Adidas sneaker (Nov. 13) and announcing that his highly anticipated project King Push will now be a two-part album. The first half, called Darkest Before Dawn, will roll out Dec. 18 while the next installment is due sometime in spring.
On a brisk winter night in New York City (Nov. 24), the multi-hyphenate has a warm and pleasant demeanor after doing what looked like two days’ worth of interviews on Twitter. He apologizes for running nearly two hours behind schedule but is the type to get excited over a fancy legal pad and pen in one of the meeting rooms called The Library at the Dream Downtown Hotel. He has some grievances to air out, though.
Directed by Kid Art.
By Natalie Weiner. Pusha T.’s been building hype for his sophomore solo album for most of 2015, which was, up until yesterday, going to be called King Push. During an interview with Noisey, though, the rapper explained that he had so much material he wanted to put out that he would be releasing two albums instead of one — King Push will be pushed (no pun intended) to the spring of 2016 to make room for the just-announced Darkest Before Dawn, which will drop Dec. 18.
“I’ve been recording so much — I didn’t want to break up that body of work,” the rapper told Noisey. “I feel like I had the producers doing things that they weren’t usually known for, a little out of their wheelhouse. I wanted to give the fans that body of work. That’s the music I love, and that’s the music that my fans love from me.
Instead of having those moments throughout King Push, let’s just separate the game.” Pusha confirmed that Darkest features collaborations with Kanye West, A$AP Rocky, The-Dream, Jill Scott, Kehlani, and Beanie Sigel. It also features production from Kanye, Hudson Mohawke, Pharrell, Q-Tip, Timbaland, and Diddy.
— Rob Markman (@RobMarkman) November 24, 2015
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