Daytona (album)

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Daytona
Daytona by Pusha T.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedMay 25, 2018 (2018-05-25)
Recorded2017 – May 2018[1]
StudioKanye West's Ranch in Jackson Hole, WY
GenreHip hop
Length21:08
Label
Producer
Pusha T chronology
King Push – Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude
(2015)
Daytona
(2018)
TBA
(TBA)
Singles from DAYTONA
  1. "If You Know You Know"
    Released: June 20, 2018
  2. "What Would Meek Do?"
    Released: July 4, 2018

Daytona (stylized in all caps) is the third studio album by American rapper Pusha T. It was released on May 25, 2018 by G.O.O.D. Music and Def Jam Recordings. The album features guest appearances from Rick Ross and Kanye West, the latter of whom produced all of its tracks, with additional production from Andrew Dawson and Mike Dean, including uncredited additional vocals by Tony Williams and 070 Shake.[2]

Daytona is the first of five albums produced by Kanye in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, in what have become known as the "Wyoming Sessions",[3][4] released in 2018, with a seven-track album being released every week. The album preceded the release of West's eighth studio album Ye, West’s collaboration with Kid Cudi titled Kids See Ghosts, Nas' twelfth studio album Nasir, and Teyana Taylor's second studio album K.T.S.E.. The album was supported by the lead single, "What Would Meek Do?", which was released from the album on July 4, 2018.[5] It debuted at number 3 on the US Billboard 200 with 77,000 album-equivalent units, of which 39,000 were pure album sales, and received widespread critical acclaim and was named in multiple year end lists. The album received a nomination for Best Rap Album at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards.

Background[edit]

In December 2015, Pusha T released the album King Push – Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude, which was set to serve as a prelude to Pusha T's third album, King Push. However, the album suffered from numerous delays, and instead, Daytona was announced by Kanye West via Twitter on April 19, 2018, alongside the album's release date.[6][7][8]

Pusha T explained the title of the album by stating: "I changed the album title from King Push to Daytona because I felt it didn’t represent the overall message of this body of work. Daytona represents the fact that I have the luxury of time. That luxury only comes when you have a skill set that you're confident in."[9]

Recording and production[edit]

Recording sessions for the album took place in Jackson, Wyoming and Utah during 2017 up to May 2018.[10][11][12] Initial production for the album featured a variety of high profiled producers such as The Neptunes, however the original material was scrapped in favour of Kanye West producing the entire album. Production influences came from creating individual song lists and sampling.[13] The album contained ten unique samples across its seven tracks, making it the most-sample dense project to come out of the Wyoming Sessions.[14] Songs recorded for the album include "Sociopath", which was removed from the final track listing, although the song did leak online and featured guest vocals from Kanye West and Kash Doll.[10][15]

The album was officially completed on May 23, 2018, two days before digital release.[1][16][17]

Artwork[edit]

The original artwork for Daytona was replaced a few days before the album's release, with the official artwork showing a picture of now-deceased singer Whitney Houston's drug paraphernalia-littered bathroom.[18][19] The licensing for the artwork cost $85,000, paid by Kanye West.[20] Houston's ex-husband Bobby Brown criticized the cover, saying it was in "really bad taste".[21]

Controversy[edit]

Canadian rapper Drake responded to the song "Infrared", which addressed Drake and his ghostwriting rumors, by releasing a diss track titled "Duppy Freestyle" on May 25, 2018, which heavily sampled "Ever So Lovingly" by Táta Vega.[22] The song garnered significant media attention, as well as a response from Pusha T on Twitter.[23] Four days later, Pusha T responded with his own song titled "The Story of Adidon" which alleges that Drake is secretly the father of a porn star's child.[24] Drake would later go on to confirm this on his own album, Scorpion, a few weeks later. Drake alleges that the child information was leaked by West,[25] but Pusha T alleges that Drake's producer, 40, leaked the info to a woman he slept with.[26]

Critical reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
AnyDecentMusic?8.2/10[27]
Metacritic86/100[28]
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic4/5 stars[29]
The A.V. ClubA−[30]
Consequence of SoundA−[31]
The Guardian4/5 stars[32]
Mojo4/5 stars[33]
The New Zealand Herald5/5 stars[34]
The Observer3/5 stars[35]
Pitchfork8.3/10[36]
Rolling Stone4/5 stars[37]
ViceA[38]

Daytona received widespread acclaim from critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream publications, the album received an average score of 86 based on 20 reviews, indicating “universal acclaim”.[28] Paul A. Thompson of Pitchfork described the album "a near-airtight exercise in flair and focus", stating that "it shirks the bloat and radio concessions of Darkest Before Dawn and, to a greater extent, his 2013 debut album, My Name Is My Name. The beats – sample-heavy and produced entirely by Kanye – are uniformly excellent and let you see the seams: It’s like an album full of "Bound 2"'s, without the sentimentality", concluding that the album is "Pusha's best work as a solo artist".[36] Ben Beaumont-Thomas of The Guardian stated that "Each track is an elocution lesson, his bars enunciated with the almost pedantic menace of a bad cop explaining what he plans to do to you", describing the lyricism as "crisply brilliant drug poetry" and commending the production.[32] Yoh Phillips of DJBooth wrote that Daytona "puts on display a maximized portrait of potent potential realized. After knocking at this door for years, Pusha has finally made an undeniable breakthrough. His words are razor sharp, his lyricism blessed by the kind of beats that allow him a beautiful ring to box in."[39]

Clayton Purdom of The A.V. Club expressed that Daytona is "an absolute masterpiece of minimalism", complimenting both the album's production and lyricism.[30] Kyle Mullin of Exclaim! stated that the album "boasts a mostly sinewy and understated sound that'll leave hip-hop heads in revelry".[40] Online hip hop publication HipHopDX wrote that Daytona provides "a fitting backdrop for some of the most grim, relentlessly murderous raps Pusha has ever rhymed", also crediting West's production and the album's run time.[41]

Daytona was ranked the 18th best release of the year in The Wire magazine's annual critics' poll.[42] Uproxx cited the album as one the best rap releases of 2018.[43] Complex magazine named Daytona the #1 album of the year.[44] He was also named Best Rapper Alive in 2018 by Complex for his work on the album Daytona.[45][46]

Accolades[edit]

Year-end lists
Publication List Rank Ref.
Esquire The Best Albums of 2018
5
The Triangle The Best Albums of 2018
5
Magnet The Best Albums of 2018
2
Billboard The 20 Best Hip-Hop Albums of 2018
1
Paste The 10 Best Hip-Hop Albums of 2018
1
Salon Top 10 Albums of 2018 in Hip-Hop and R&B
2
BBC The Best Albums of 2018
8
Highsnobiety The 25 Best Albums of 2018
1
Spectrum Culture The Top 20 Albums of 2018
4
AllHipHop The 15 Best Hip-Hop Albums of 2018
1
Vulture The 15 Best Albums of 2018
5
A. Side The 25 Best Albums of 2018
4
Rolling Stone The 30 Best Hip-Hop Albums of 2018
3
BrooklynVegan The 30 Best Rap Albums of 2018
3
NPR The Best Rap Albums of 2018
9
Consequence of Sound The Top 50 Albums of 2018
5
NME The Albums of the Year 2018
5
Rolling Stone The 50 Best Albums of 2018
7
Complex The Best Albums of 2018
1
Exclaim! The Top 10 Hip-Hop Albums of 2018
2
Revolt The 11 Best Rap Albums of 2018
2
The Ringer The Best Albums of 2018
2
Billboard The 50 Best Albums of 2018
4
The Daily Beast The 50 Best Albums of 2018
3
[70]
Loud and Quiet The 40 Best Albums of 2018
2
[71]
NOW The 10 Best Albums of 2018
4
[72]
Awards
Ceremony Category Result Ref.
61st Grammy Awards Best Rap Album Nominated [73]

Track listing[edit]

Credits adapted from liner notes.[74]

No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."If You Know You Know"
West3:22
2."The Games We Play"2:46
3."Hard Piano" (featuring Rick Ross)
3:15
4."Come Back Baby"
3:26
5."Santeria"
2:56
6."What Would Meek Do?" (featuring Kanye West)West2:33
7."Infrared"
West2:50
Total length:21:08

Notes

  • ^[a] signifies a co-producer
  • ^[b] signifies an additional producer
  • "Hard Piano" and "Santeria" feature additional vocals by Tony Williams
  • "Santeria" features additional vocals by 070 Shake

Samples

  • "If You Know You Know" contains a sample of the recording "Twelve O'Clock Satanial" performed by Air and written by Al Gwylit and Richard Nisbet.
  • "The Games We Play" contains a sample of "Heart 'N Soul", written and performed by Booker T. Averheart; and an interpolation of "Politics As Usual", written by Cynthia Biggs, Shawn Carter, Dexter Wansel and David Anthony Willis, and performed by Jay-Z.
  • "Come Back Baby" contains samples of "The Truth Shall Make You Free", written and performed by The Mighty Hannibal; and samples of "I Can't Do Without You", written and performed by George Jackson.[75]
  • "Santeria" contains a sample of "Bumpy's Lament", written by Issac Hayes, and performed by Soul Mann & The Brothers.
  • "What Would Meek Do?" contains a sample of the Yes recording "Heart of the Sunrise", written by Jon Anderson, Christopher Squire and William Bruford, and performed by Yes.
  • "Infrared" contains a sample of the recording "I Want To Make Up", written by Robert Manchurian, and performed by 24-Carat Black; and an interpolation of "The Prelude", written by Shawn Carter and Mark James; and performed by Jay-Z.

Personnel[edit]

Credits adapted from liner notes.[74]

  • Tom Kahre – recording
  • Nathaniel Alford – recording
  • Jenna Felsenthal – recording assistance
  • Mike Snell – recording (070 Shake's vocals on track 5)
  • Mike Dean – engineering, mixing, keyboards (tracks 3, 5), mastering
  • Sean Solymar – assistant engineering
  • Noah Goldstein – engineering, programming (tracks 1, 5)
  • Andrew Dawson – engineering (tracks 2–4)
  • Mike Malchicoff – engineering (tracks 3, 6)
  • Jess Jackson – mixing
  • Splash News – cover
  • Akeem Smith (The Projects) – cover design

Charts[edit]

Chart (2018) Peak
position
Australian Albums (ARIA)[76] 11
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders)[77] 22
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Wallonia)[78] 163
Canadian Albums (Billboard)[79] 5
Czech Albums (ČNS IFPI)[80] 45
Danish Albums (Hitlisten)[81] 18
Dutch Albums (Album Top 100)[82] 18
German Albums (Offizielle Top 100)[83] 86
Irish Albums (IRMA)[84] 17
New Zealand Albums (RMNZ)[85] 12
Norwegian Albums (VG-lista)[86] 12
Swedish Albums (Sverigetopplistan)[87] 22
Swiss Albums (Schweizer Hitparade)[88] 25
UK Albums (OCC)[89] 13
US Billboard 200[90] 3
US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard)[91] 2

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