King Push and Hova are cooking.
The d-boys-turned-rap stars have teamed up for “Drug Dealers Anonymous,” a highly-anticipated Jay Z collaboration, slated to drop this evening on TIDAL.
The song is the first single off King Push, the follow-up to last year’s Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude. That was a 10-track project featuring Kanye West, Kehlani, A$AP Rocky, Beanie Sigel, Jill Scott, and The-Dream, with production by Timbaland, J. Cole, Q-Tip, and Yeezy, among others.
— King Push (@PUSHA_T) May 31, 2016
Since that effort was released, the G.O.O.D. Music president has been staying busy. He not only signed Desiigner, who hit No. 1 with his breakout “Panda” single, but he’s also collaborated with everyone from Yo Gotti (“Hunnid”) to Royce 5’9 and Rick Ross (“Layers”).
In 2010, Pusha collaborated with Jay Z on “So Appalled” from Kanye West’s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, and in 2013, he compared himself to Hov on the song “King Push” off My Name Is My Name. “Best d-boy,” he rhymed on the track. “All I’m missing is a dash / Difference between me and Hova.”