A lot has gone down since Pusha T released his sophomore album Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude back in December 2015. He’s been invited to the White House by President Obama; been revealed as the writer behind the McDonalds “I’m Lovin’ It” jingle; joined forces with Hillary Clinton to encourage voting; dissed Drake; delivered a PSA on prison reform; unexpectedly collaborated with the likes of Flume, the Gorillaz, and others; and much more.

And when it comes to hints regarding his long-awaited King Push LP, we’ve gotten a ton of those, too: he promised an April 2016 release; told REVOLT TV directly that the project would have “more colors” than its predecessor; shared its first single, the Jay Z-assisted “Drug Dealers Anonymous”; and even Pharrell has described it as “crazy” and “gargoyle-ish.”

Now, we’ve received a few more clues. When recently asked by Complex how far along into completing King Push he was, Pusha said:

“I’m going to say I’m at 85%. I’m at 85%. That’s a confident 85. That’s a strong 85. Great lyrics, great beats, beats are phenomenal. It’s time.”

And when asked what producers were behind the project, Pusha confirmed:

“It’s mostly Kanye West. Good beats. I’m telling you. I’m giving you the science. Good beats. Crack. I’m telling you. I’m answering you. I’m answering. I don’t want you to think I’m, no, bruh, great beats. Great super-producer beats. And, I mean, raps. Amazing raps. I’m telling you.”

Well, there you have it. Still no word on a release date, though.

Watch Pusha T discuss King Push with REVOLT TV.