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Pusha T Leaves Ye’s G.O.O.D. Music, Announces New Album in February



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Pusha T has let his fans know that he officially leaves Ye’s label G.O.O.D Music. The rapper had also tweeted a photo of his contract released from the brand. The caption says, “Some people call you their brother, other people show you you’re BROTHERS. Thanx “Yezos…” @kanyewest.”

Pusha T’s Last Touch Before Leaving G.O.O.D. Music

In February, It’s Not Dry Yet (INDY), the upcoming Pusha T’s EP, will still be released on G.O.O.D Music. It will also be Pusha T’s last album coming under Ye’s label. It will serve as the follow-up to his critically acclaimed album “Daytona.” All albums moving forward will be under his new brand, Heir Wave Music Group. 

According to AllHipHop, Ye, a.k.a. Kanye West, amicably released Pusha from the label. Pusha T had signed with Ye’s G.O.O.D Music in 2010 and made his way to become the president in 2016. Artists currently on the label include Teyana Taylor, Q-Tip, Kacy Hill, and Desiigner.

G.O.O.D Music’s Rep

Big Sean also spoke about his concerns with the label. This was before Pusha T left but still under Ye’s watch. In October, he had replied to a fan’s tweet about him leaving. “That’s a forever brotherhood, but business-wise. I had to start getting a bigger cut! I worked my way out that deal.”

Charlemagne Tha God also claimed that the label owes Sean $3 million. In September 2020, “I hope one day Big Sean tells his story, but just know Kanye West owes Big Sean a whole lot of money.” He continued to say, “And he got Big Sean in a very terrible contract to be out here screaming about giving folks their masters back and all types of other things.” It’s unclear whether any kind of financial situation occurs between Pusha T and Ye.

Big Sean and Pusha T join a roster of artists who have left Ye’s label in recent years, including John Legend, Mos Def, Twenty88 (Jhene Aiko and Big Sean), and Kid Cudi.

Written by Roy Lott

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