Kanye West revealed last month that he produced the new Pusha T album and that it would be out on May 25 (today). After Pusha revealed the title this week (DAYTONA), the album is now here. The album is seven songs long, as all G.O.O.D. Music albums apparently will be now, and in addition to being produced by Kanye, it features him on the song "What Would Meek Do?". The only other guest is Rick Ross on "Hard Piano."

"What Would Meek Do?" references Meek Mill's largely protested sentencing, as well as Kanye's "poopity scoop" song and his love of MAGA hats. Pusha also takes shots at Trump's connections to Russia and compares his win to Drake allegedly using ghostwriters on "Infrared." (Pusha expressed yesterday that he disagrees with Kanye's political views.)

You can stream Pusha's new album below. Next up for G.O.O.D Music is Kanye's own album on June 1, the Kanye and Kid Cudi album on June 8, and Kanye-produced albums by Nas on June 15 and Teyana Taylor on June 22.