On Thursday (Jan. 27), Push, who is currently gearing up to release his fourth studio album; shared a portion of a contract that he signed with Def Jam Recordings, which houses Kanye West’s record label.
“Some people call you their brother, other people show you you’re BROTHERS,” Pusha captioned the shots, also saying “Thanx” to Ye.
Fans were unsure if the paperwork signaled Pusha’s departure from Def Jam and what that might mean for the future of G.O.O.D. Music. Speaking with Complex, Push’s longtime manager Steven Victor confirmed that the rapper’s next album will fulfill his contract with Def Jam, but says he’s going to stay with Kanye’s imprint regardless.
“I mean, we might re-sign with Def Jam, I’m just saying he fulfilled his contract obligation,” Victor said. “He might re-sign with Def Jam… [but] the whole point of it is that he’s still with Kanye regardless to wherever he ends up with his next projects. It will be with Kanye.”
King Push ramped up excitement for his next album over the weekend by previewing a handful of new songs at Paris Fashion Week. The 44-year-old also teased the album’s cover art and claimed it will be “the album of the muthafucking year.”
See his posted Def Jam contract below.
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