Listen to Diet Coke by Pusha T’s: Pusha T’s new song “Diet Coke” was produced by Kanye West and 88-Keys and is available for streaming now.
Pusha-T has back with a new song, “Diet Coke,” which you can listen to below.
The track, which features production from Kanye West and 88-Keys (who revealed that he “made that beat 18 years ago”), arrives just hours after Pusha’s manager and Victor Victor Worldwide founder/CEO Steven Victor teased the song by sharing a clip from the music video, which is set to be released on Tuesday. Sterling Ruby was responsible for the creation of the “Diet Coke” cover art.
Diet Coke by Pusha T’s – Official Audio of “Diet Code”
Following the preview, King Push was active on Twitter, where he released some specifics about the production, including, “Ye and 88 produced for certain.” Pusha-T raps on numerous things, as you may be aware.”
“The video was directed by Omar Jones,” he continued. He also thanked Mike Dean for his participation and stated that the album would be released the following day.
There is an allusion to Kanye in the song, with the lyric, “Far and away, who’s the best? ” “It’s just me and Yezos.” Yezos is, of course, Pusha’s nick name for the character Ye. A clip of Fat Joe’s voice can also be heard in the song, including his famous statement, “Yesterday’s price is not today’s price.”
Pusha-manager, T’s Steven Victor, verified to Complex that the rapper is still signed to Ye’s G.O.O.D. Music and that his upcoming album will fulfill the terms of his Def Jam deal.
“I’m not saying we won’t re-sign with Def Jam; I’m only stating that he completed his contractual obligations,” Victor stated. In the end, the whole purpose of it is that he’s still with Kanye, regardless of where he ends up with his next endeavors,” says the source. It will be in the company of Kanye.”
Listen to Pusha T “Diet Code”
Pusha’s “album is coming sooner than you think,” according to a previous interview with Complex published last month, in which the rapper declared that “the album of the motherfucking year is coming.”
“This is perhaps the most easygoing and competitive period of Push’s history,” Pusha continued. I’m not taking the game seriously anymore because I’ve realized how different I am. On the street rap tip, I’m confident that no one is going to touch me. It’s just not going to happen. Just so they know, I’m looking for people to understand my foundation, and when it comes to my foundation, nobody’s fucking with me on that.”
With the release of Pusha-true T’s follow-up to 2018’s Daytona, fans are eager to see what he has in store for them. For the time being, you may listen to “Diet Coke” on YouTube, Apple Music, and Spotify.