Pusha T has been the President of Ye’s G.O.O.D. Music Label since 2015. As of today however, he is no longer the President, as he has resigned. Pusha has a new venture that he is embarking on. He has plans to promote his own label, Heir Wave Music Group. The Virginia rapper will continue his solo career under Def Jam Recordings and be head of Heir Wave Music Group under Def Jam’s imprint. Word is, he is already working on a new album and a mixtape.
Pusha T Can’t Support Ye
Pusha T admits in an interview with XXL magazine that he and the “Hey Mama” rapper are not speaking as of right now.
“I’m not with it. I heard about this new stuff, I don’t know. It’s something that just sort of tells me he’s not well, at the same time. I will say that. It’s going to places where it’s no way to move around it.”
The “new stuff” that the Virginia rapper is referring to is what Ye said on InfoWars. On the episode, the “Jesus Walks” rapper denounced the Holocaust and had nothing but great things to say about infamous tyrant Adolf Hitler. Last month, Pusha T sat down with the Los Angeles Times and his former boss was the subject of conversation again. He was asked about Ye’s comments in the media as of late. The Grammy nominated rapper said he was affected by Ye’s speech and calls it “disappointing”.
Rolling Stone has named Pusha T’s ‘It’s Almost Dry’ as the number one Rap album of 2022! 🔥💯🤔 Would y’all agree?
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— Power 106 (@Power106LA) December 16, 2022
No More G.O.O.D.
A few things could have led to Pusha T leaving G.O.O.D. music. It could have started when Ye met with then-President Donald Trump and endorsed the MAGA hat. All while Ye was dissing ex-President Barack Obama and Pusha T actually met him. Also, Ye making up with Drake and doing a concert with him didn’t sit too well with Pusha T since they have a long-standing beef. I’m sure there’s more between the two that we don’t know. Pusha says that he has always spoken his mind to Ye and they have always had differences of opinions, no matter the subject.
Written by: Brandon Simmons