Pusha T fans have been eagerly awaiting any updates on his previously announced King Push album, and we're finally getting the full scoop on its status. In a new interview, the G.O.O.D. Music President not only reveals that the project is almost done, but that Kanye West is producing most of it.

While sitting down with Complex, the Clipse rapper tells the outlet that the album, which was originally announced in 2014, is 85% finished, and that Yeezy seems to be the frontrunner for beats on the project.

"It's mostly Kanye West. It's good beats, I'm giving you the science! Good beats! Crack!" Pusha exclaims.

King Push was originally slated to have production work from Pharrell and Chad Hugo of The Neptunes, and we might very well still get beats from the legendary duo. There's no word on whether any previous material with The Neptunes will still be included on the album, but it looks like we'll have to stay patient a little while longer to find out.

King Push will follow in the footsteps of Pusha's previous release, King Push – Darkest Before Dawn: The Preludewhich served as the prelude for the highly-anticipated album to come. At the time of the prelude's release, Pusha announced that King Push would be coming out in Spring of the following year, but unfortunately, the season came and went without it dropping.

Watch the full interview with Pusha T below to hear some updates on his King Push album.

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