Becoming the president of Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music hasn't done anything but fuel Pusha T's solo artist fire. As we near the Dec. 18 of his King Push – Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude album—the first of two upcoming full-lengths—we're getting a new song every few days. On Tuesday night (Dec. 15) he hit The Daily Show with Trevor Noah to debut "Sunshine," a track that's darker than its title suggests.

With a reference to the death of Freddie Gray and bars like "And so it goes, every truth don’t get told / All these cops get cleared, and lives are stole" and "Funeral flowers, every 28 hours / Being laid over ours," it's a sobering song performed with classic Push vigor.

Jill Scott sings the hook, as well as the bridge, which goes like this:

"It’s more and more and more than Baltimore
From shore to shore, oh lord
Patience torn, patience gone, oh lord"

We're fiending for the album harder than ever. Watch Pusha T before another new track, "Crutches, Crosses, Caskets," here: