Lil Wayne and Pusha T have been going at it for some time now. Although Push did not drop any names on his “Exodus” track, there has been speculation that it included a reference to Young Money, Cash Money and Universal’s three-tier business structure:
- “Contact all f-ed up, I guess that means you all f-ed up / You signed to one n—a, that’s signed to another n—a, that’s signed to three n—as, now that’s bad luck.”
“I don’t know. I just like the fact that I’m a prophet because of my song ‘Exodus,'” he said.
You know what? Wayne on G.O.O.D. Music … Well ‘Ye actually likes Wayne, so they could probably make some good music together. But who knows.”
No word on when to expect Pusha T’s sophomore album, King Push. “Lunch Money” is the album’s first single. He spoke highly of the release during an interview with XXL.
“This next album is like a heavy proclamation to me,” Pusha told XXL. “I told people last year I had the Album of the Year. And I felt that I did. I really feel that King Push has to live up to that same hip-hop expectation…My goal is to always have Album of the Year.”