Pusha T Speaks to Complex about Consequence, “My God” x Fear Of God street album

Whilst out in Los Angeles for the 53rd Grammy Award ceremonies, Pusha T – one half of Hip-Hop duo The Clipse, caught up with Complex magazine to talk about the lead single off of his forthcoming Fear of God mixtape – the Hitboy produced ‘My God’ as well as rumoured accusations from Consequence that Pusha stole his lyrics and what to expect from his forthcoming 13-track street album Fear of God featuring production from Kanye West, Swizz Beatz and Nottz amongst others and is out later this month.

On Consequence’s accusations of ‘My God’ containing stolen lyrics, here’s what Pusha T had to say:

“He said that I stole his lines? Wow. Nah, I haven’t really heard much about it. Everyone who’s been hitting me up has been telling me how crazy this song is. I don’t know. I mean, I haven’t taken anything from Consequence, or anybody else, for that matter. Just for the record. I’ve been in the studio with Cons, and we’ve talked, and numerous days we’ve laughed, and…I don’t know. I missed that one. The way I’ve got to look at it now: I don’t even know if that’s for me. I can’t even believe anything like that’s for me, very honestly. I mean, until, you know, he told me something like that. I don’t know what everybody else has got going on, but ‘My God’ is an awesome record. [Laughs.]”

And about his forthcoming Kanye West-executive produced debut solo album:

“The album is a whole other monster. That’s something that me and Ye have been working on. I’d like to say we’ve got a good five records. I don’t know how many we’re going to go for in total, but we’ve got five down, and we definitely have some more to go. We’re just going to create until we feel the project is a well-rounded one. This is my dream. [Kanye will be executive producing] and it has a lot to do with his creative vision, and what he sees for me, and it’s been coming out amazing. I’m personally hoping for a late summer release. That’s my goal.”

Read the entire interview with Pusha T on Complex’s website.

Via Complex