Kanye paid $85000 to use 'Whitney Houston drug' photo

Kanye paid $85000 to use 'Whitney Houston drug' photo

"We picked what we picked, it's here, it's ready, '" he continued.

The photograph was taken in Houston's Atlanta home in 2006 after an alleged drug binge and depicts paraphernalia apparently related to the consumption of crack cocaine.

Pusha-T is set to deliver his long-awaited DAYTONA LP on Friday (May 25), revealing that all the work behind rolling out the Kanye West-produced effort was "all happening in real time".

There were also reactions to some of the album's disses; Pusha takes a few swipes at Drake for allegedly having a ghostwriter.

Kanye West has brought the storm of controversy that seems to follow him everywhere lately off his Twitter feed and onto an artist's album cover.

In a radio interview with Angie Martinez, Pusha confirmed that it was Kanye's idea to use the image for his album cover.

"It's just a stance that I have".

Kanye paid $85000 to use 'Whitney Houston drug' photo
Kanye paid $85000 to use 'Whitney Houston drug' photo

Kanye: i found a photo of Whitney Houston's bathroom, would make a good cover art. "I'm really proud of what we put together", West tweeted on Tuesday.

Overall this is definitely one of the better hip-hop albums to come out so far this year. So, there's nothing I even want to hear in regards to [Trump]-a point of view, anything.

The seven-track "DAYTONA" is just 21 minutes long, with Kanye lending his vocals on one track.

"I love it, I actually do love it", Pusha T said.

Representatives for Houston's estate did not immediately return a request for comment. "We've spent a year and a half digging for samples and writing", he wrote, "I really appreciate the overwhelmingly positive response that we've been receiving".

King Push's album marks the first of a slew of releases from G.O.O.D.

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