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Update 5/23/2018 4:45PM ET: Pusha-T has officially confirmed the title of the album as DAYTONA in a series of tweets. He also held a listening party where a Kanye West-collaboration titled "What Would Meek Do?" was unveiled. Pitchfork has also confirmed that Pusha-T has reinstated the hyphen his name. See his tweets and snippets of the new music below.

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Pusha T's long-awaited third solo album is nearly here. After Kanye West tweeted out its release day last month, Pusha T's manager has confirmed the full-length will arrive this Friday, May 25. As Complex reports, the rapper's manager Steven Victor assured fans that the original release date is still set, adding that the project is "Album of the year any genre."

On Twitter last week, West also revealed what appears to be the tracklists to some upcoming projects he's working on, which include Pusha T's albums along with projects by Teyana Taylor, Kid Cudi, Nas, a joint album with Kid Cudi, and his solo full-length.

 

Revisit Pusha T's "Untouchable" below.

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In other music news, Death Grips just shared a video for their new song "Flies". Watch it right here.

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