If you didn’t know Pusha T new album Daytona dropped this weekend and we have to be the first to let you know the album is SICK!
Thank God, Kanye West produced Pusha T to have another great album because we haven’t heard T killing it to great beats since his last Ye produced album, My Name is My Name. Read on to learn more about the Pusha T Whitney Houston Cover controversy…
Pusha T dropped an album in 2015 called King Push – Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude, but it was more miss than hit when it comes to his music.
Kanye West is getting on everyone’s nerves once again with the Pusha T Whitney Houston Cover. However, Kanye is currently on a path of forgiveness as he struggles with his demons. Which leads us to the first of many controversial album covers since he is producing several artists including his new album.
Kanye reportedly spent $85k for this image Whitney Houston’s cocaine-filled bathroom. Why? That is the question, but we would image he believes exposing her downfall is something everyone needs to forgive her.
Whitney Houston rise to the top was quick and when the reality of never being able to be a normal person became too much she escaped reality with drugs. Many people all over the world do the same thing, but was Kanye right for showing the dark side of fame?
Is Kanye trying to say something else to the world? Celebrity is NOT all glitz and glamor. What this shows is someone who would rather be high than deal with the stress of fame.
Gary Michael Houston Defends Kanye and Pusha T:
Gary Michael Houston, the son of Houston’s older brother Michael, told Good Morning America [via People] in a statement:
Not to be divisive, but I’m of a different mindset when it comes to situations like this. People will automatically look to people like Pusha T and Kanye West and try to place blame or say they have ill or malicious intent to gain publicity. But I get it. I get the correlation (sans my aunt but the photo itself).
The 31-year-old continued:
Bottom line — they are artists and in this day and age, if they can afford to pay someone for usage of that photograph in order to convey a visual message to accompany their musicianship…then so be it.
Who should everyone be mad at, h explains:
Everyone, “should direct their outrage to “the person who violated the trust of my aunt by taking the photo and selling it to the tabloids” in the first place.