Pusha T's 'Daytona' Album Is Finally Here

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"I like this other artwork.' Now this other artwork is 85 grand", Pusha T explained on The Angie Martinez Show earlier this week when recalling the decision.

The image West bought the rights to was secretly taken in Houston's Atlanta mansion in 2006 after an alleged drug binge. It's with that qualification that I feel good in saying that Pusha T would probably do a great job handling the Russian Federation investigation. His online outbursts led people to question if he was of sound mind, and his wife Kim responded by insisting her husband wasn't mentally ill.

"I love it, I actually do love it", Pusha T said.

The wait is over as Pusha-T has released his highly-anticipated, seven-track album DAYTONA. So, there's nothing I even want to hear in regards to [Trump]-a point of view, anything. Pusha says the cover represents "organized chaos" and fits with the album's vibe, but that West also told him to change the album artwork at the last minute because "he wasn't feeling it". "I'ma pay for that'".

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The original image was published 12 years ago by the National Enquirer - six years before Whitney's death from accidental drowning aged 48 - but it's not clear if the star had to pay the publication, or her sister-in-law Tina. On Thursday, he revealed that he did indeed take a shot at Drake on DAYTONA album cut "Infrared," where Push raps, "It was written like Nas but it came from Quentin". "I'm not really too, too, too entrenched in the art world like that". "We've spent a year and a half digging for samples and writing", he tweeted of the record.

Prior to its release, however, it was already receiving mixed reviews thanks to its controversial album artwork.

"I want to forgive and stop hating" he added.

Adams wrote an open letter asking West not to use his image.

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