Pusha T TeasesNew Musicand Potential Collaborations on Album Anniversary

Pusha T hints at new music on the way, sparking speculation about upcoming projects and collaborations. The rapper may be working on a Gangsta Grillz mixtape with DJ Drama and new Clipse material with his brother No Malice.

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Pusha T TeasesNew Musicand Potential Collaborations on Album Anniversary

Pusha T TeasesNew Musicand Potential Collaborations on Album Anniversary

On the second anniversary of his number one album "It's Almost Dry", rapper Pusha T has excited fans by hinting at new music on the way. In a recent post on X (formerly Twitter), Pusha wrote: "why reminisce? So much more new on the way..." The cryptic message has sparked speculation about upcoming projects and collaborations.

One of the most anticipated projects is a potential Gangsta Grillz mixtape with DJ Drama. The collaboration was first revealed by Fake Shore Drive's Andrew Barber back in 2022, but has yet to materialize. In a previous interview, Pusha T expressed his desire to "restore the feeling" in the mixtape subgenre and showcase his unique style through the project.

Fans are also eager for new Clipse material from Pusha T and his brother No Malice. The duo, who reunited in 2019 for Kanye West's "Jesus Is King" album, have been working on music together in Paris. In a recent interview with Complex, Pusha stated: "There's a 100% chance of new music from one of those entities that you just named. It's going to be a win-win situation."

Pusha T's fourth studio album "It's Almost Dry" was released on April 22, 2022 and became his first number one album. Featuring hit singles like "Diet Coke" and "Neck & Wrist", the album showcased Pusha's lyrical prowess and cemented his status as one of the top rappers in the game. With the Virginia native now hinting at more music to come, hip-hop heads are waiting to see what he has in store next.

As one of the most respected lyricists in hip-hop, any new music from Pusha T is highly anticipated. With potential collaborations with DJ Drama and No Malice on the horizon, fans can expect more of the hard-hitting bars and vivid storytelling that have become Pusha's trademark. The coming months will reveal what the rapper has been cooking up and if the new projects will live up to the high expectations.