In addition to the new music, Pusha-T (whose name once again has a hyphen) will be performing on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live on May 31, with a series of "special, intimate performances", which have yet to be announced.
"The [original] artwork was pictures that we all agreed on", he elaborated of the previous idea for Daytona's cover. West then paid $85,000 to license the 2006 photo of Houston's Atlanta mansion bathroom, which Page Six is described as "drug-strewn".
"1 a.m., my phone rings, no caller-ID", Pusha told Martinez. According to the site, the flick comes from a Daily Record tabloid in 2012 meant to expose Whitney's substance abuse as well, titled "Whitney Houston: Shocking picture gave world insight into troubled life of super star singer". "And this other artwork is 85 grand, '" he recalled of West's words.
"Daytona" drops Friday, but the artwork was released Thursday.
Pusha T, 41, said their initial agreement all changed when West called him late Tuesday night.
Kanye apparently replied 'No, this what people need to see to go with this music.
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See Pusha's $85,000 album artwork that's got fans scratching their heads and his full interview with Martinez below.
The rapper went on to say that after telling West he did not want to pay that amount, Kanye responded that he would pay. "I'm just going to let him do his thing".
Whitney Houston was found dead in a bathtub at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. I actually do love it. "I'm not really too, too, too entrenched in the art world like that". The L.A. County Coroner later said she had died from accidental drowning in part related to cocaine use.
The next album on West's docket is his own.
"I want to forgive and stop hating", West added.
The image that West shared is slightly different than the original photo.