While Pusha T continues to crank out the accompanying visuals to his 'Fear of God' mixtape tracks, the Virginia rapper is also prepping his debut solo album, which he hopes will be ready for release in November.

On the set of his upcoming video 'Alone in Vegas' Pusha revealed that he was eyeing November 25 as the drop date for his first official G.O.O.D. Music LP. "We're gonna put out the album on Black Friday," he said on camera. "Still more music coming, man."

Pusha, one half of the Clipse duo, also promised that the Re-Up Gang's 'Long Live the Cane' mixtape was the next project on his radar, adding, "Long Live the Cane' project coming soon as well, big shout out to Re-Up Gang, Liva Don, Malice."

Before his debut album hits stores this fall, Pusha will re-release 'Fear of God 2' as a retail EP on June 21. In addition to the original 'Fear of God' tracks, fans can expect new collaborations with Odd Future and Kanye West.

Pusha inked his official deal with G.O.O.D. Music in September 2010, which delayed his 'Fear of God' mixtape several months as he participated in the promotion of Kanye's 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy' album.

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