The production duo who brought all three legendary Clipse albums to light, Chad Hugo and Pharrell Williams, better known as the Neptunes, will produce Pusha T's second solo album, tentatively titled King Push, which was the lead track from his debut solo album, My Name Is My Name.
MNIMN could have been a one-album deal for Push, but his numbers were much better than expected, leading the way for a follow-up. At a recent Q&A session with Miss Info, Push revealed that work for the follow-up would begin soon, as he's planning on spending 20 days in the studio with his Neptunes brothers to start the process.
"On January 2nd, me, Pharrell and Chad are going in the studio for 20 days. That will start the 'King Push' album." – Pusha T
— LowKeyUHTN (@LowKeyUHTN) December 18, 2013
No word on whether No Malice will join Push in the booth, though we do know Push would welcome that idea with open arms. Either way, with Pusha and the Neptunes, we already know whatever will come out of the studio will be Virginia's finest.