Pusha T's "King Push" Renamed "DAYTONA" Ahead Of Release

On the heels of Pusha T calling his long-awaited album “flawless,” Def Jam officially announced it will drop on Friday (May 25). The LP was originally titled King Push but has now been renamed as DAYTONA.

In a series of tweets, Pusha explained why he changed the title of the album and the meaning of the Daytona name.

“I changed the album title from ‘King Push’ to ‘DAYTONA’ because I felt it didn’t represent the overall message of this body of work,” he wrote. “‘DAYTONA’ represents the fact that I have the luxury of time. That luxury only comes when u have a skill set that your confident in.”

Def Jam’s album press release also cleared up months of speculation about the project, revealing Kanye West contributed to a song titled “What Would Meek Do?” in addition to producing the LP. Rick Ross is the only other guest, appearing on “Hard Piano.”

Daytona’s arrival will coincide with the release of exclusive new merchandise designed by Cali Thornhill Dewitt on KingPush.com. Dewitt previously worked with West to design the Pablo merchandise collection.

Pusha’s manager, Steven Victor, also made an announcement on the KanyeToThe forum about a listening party on May 24. An intrepid Reddit user posted a photo invite issued by Def Jam Records for people to attend the listening party, which will be held at the Public Arts Building in downtown New York City.

Check out the tracklist for Daytona below.

1. If You Know You Know
2. The Games We Play
3. Hard Piano f. Rick Ross
4. Come Back Baby
5. Santeria
6. What Would Meek Do? f. Kanye West
7. Infrared

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