With only seven tracks which lasts 21 minutes, Pusha T's addicting drug-laced rhymes earned him a Grammy nomination for DAYTONA. While responding to TIDAL EVP Tony Gervino who admired his "The Games We Play" song three years after the 2018 album's release, Pusha believes that as he ages and garners more experience, he's only getting better with time at 44 years old.

"First of all, I was listening to this just a second ago… Secondly, I'm so much better now than I was then," King Push confidently answered.

First of all, I was listening to this just a second ago…👁 Secondly, I'm so much better now than I was then.

— King Push (@PUSHA_T) September 30, 2021

Pusha T has continually teased his DAYTONA follow-up throughout 2021 which is expected to drop with about 12 tracks before 2021 runs out. The Virginia native also believes he's going to have the best album of the year when it's all said and done.

"I'm going to have the best album that drops in 2021 for sure," Pusha declared in a March interview with Mr. Biddy Barnes' Behind the Velvet Rope. 

While putting the finishing touches on the effort, Pusha T reunited in the studio with his longtime collaborators in the legendary production duo The Neptunes. A photo surfaced last week of Pusha at the mic with Pharrell and Chad Hugo behind the boards.

Pusha T in the studio with….the neptunes. pic.twitter.com/fkkhTi8qV5

— coolrebelife (@coolrebelife) September 27, 2021

Pusha T also showed love to Meek Mill on the release of Expensive Pain. Push posted the album to his Instagram Story claiming he was on his seventh listen of the effort already.

@PUSHA_T shows love to @MeekMill pic.twitter.com/KD8PNKo08C

— LordTreeSap (@LordTreeSap) October 1, 2021

DAYTONA no doubt got a lot of praises by critics and exclusively produced by Kanye West as part of his G.O.O.D. Music seven-track album rollout throughout the summer of 2018. The project debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200.

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