He congratulated Cardi B on her win for Best Rap Album, the same category his Daytona album was nominated in, and said that he "had an amazing Grammy experience." Pusha also said that Cardi had the best performance of the night.
Speaking about Daytona, Pusha wrote: "I don’t feel I’ve ever seen an album this concentrated in pure street content ever acknowledged by the @RecordingAcad , def not in 7 songs...changing the silhouette and reaching new heights for lyric driven, street hip hop." He continued: "This nomination was for 'us.'"
Check out his comments below.
Had an amazing Grammy experience, nominated with a group of my peers that I’ve supported publicly via my socials at one time or another, each and every one of them. Honored to be part of the bunch. Congrats 2 @iamcardib for winning and 4 having the best performance of the night.— King Push (@PUSHA_T) February 11, 2019
Honored to be nominated as I don’t feel I’ve ever seen an album this concentrated in pure street content ever acknowledged by the @RecordingAcad , def not in 7 songs...changing the silhouette and reaching new heights for lyric driven, street hip hop. This nomination was for “us.”— King Push (@PUSHA_T) February 11, 2019
“Album of the year contender every year, the kitchens full of work, it’s blenders everywhere...” - Self (But always abt “us”)— King Push (@PUSHA_T) February 12, 2019
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