“If you steal something then that’s just corny. If you steal something and you stealing it contractually, that’s like the lowest form of a thief,” King Push said. “Like a cat burglar. It’s not even respectable in no way, shape, or form. You ain’t even thuggin’ it…I ain’t respected Baby for a long time no way, so it don’t matter.”
The G.O.O.D. Music president later switched gears to discuss his up and coming album, Darkest Before Dawn – The Prelude. “On this project I’d have to say I been working with Sean Combs, Timbaland, Kanye, of course,” he revealed. “I got production from J. Cole. Production from Baauer, Hudson Mohawke, Boi-1da. The-Dream is always close by…I got a record up there called ‘Crutches, Crosses, Caskets.’ And it’s like – It’s just one of the hardest records. Hardest, but not even overtly hard. It’s a conversation. And it’s just eerie. And it’s just true. It’s just about all I see is victims.”
The highly-anticipated project will be released on Dec. 18.