Last week, we reported about a Complex interview in which The-Dream talked about his new album, entitled The Love IV: Diary of a Madman, and being different from his genre’s young guns Frank Ocean and The Weeknd. And in the same interview, the artist born Terius Nash revealed he will be featured in the production credits of Clipse member Pusha T’s as-yet-untitled debut solo album (unless you count last year’s 45-minute Fear of God 2: Let Us Pray “EP” as an album). The excerpt in question of the interview can be found below.
Okay so you’re an artist and a writer. But you’re also a Def Jam exec. Who are some of the artists you’re working with in that aspect?
Pusha T and Casha.
What are you doing with Pusha?
You’re personally producing for it?
Yeah. We found a little magic. We did, like eight, nine records together. It sounds really, really great. I’ve always loved him and loved the Clipse. Always been a big fan, so when the opportunity came, we did this one record called “Automatic” and it just took off from that.
What can we expect on that album? Is it nearing completion?
Yeah, Kanye will listen to it in the upcoming days and we’re going to try to decide what we need and what’s missing, which is probably like two or three records—which we probably already have. It’s at the end of that.
The Clipse is known for coke rap. Will this be a well-rounded album with other kinds of stories?
Yeah, we’ll still talk about a little coke, though. We’re going to chop up a few grams. [Laughs.] But yeah it should be a great album.