Kanye West fans can stop holding their breath now, because a new album is officially on its way. During an interview with 93.9 WKYS’ The Fam In the Morning in D.C., Pusha T revealed his buddy 'Ye is currently working on the follow-up to last year's The Life of Pablo.

While the G.O.O.D. Music president didn't spill any details on the record, he did confirm that he's dropping the long-awaited King Push album sometime this spring. As for that Clipse project we've all been dying for? It's time to throw those dreams away, because Pusha says its not happening due to brother Malice being in a different spiritual place.

Pusha also discussed the infamous meeting between Kanye and Donald Trump last December. “This is not the first thing that me and Kanye disagree on. We disagree on a lot. I 100 percent disagreed [with the meeting]. I was like ‘Man there ain't nothing to go talk about. What are you talking about?,'" he said. Push continued,

"We were definitely polar opposite. But he was like 'You gotta talk. There are some things I want to get across with education...we either gotta communicate or we ain’t gonna be heard.' That was his stance on it. My stance was, ‘Listen, I can’t deal’…But that’s what makes our dynamic at G.O.O.D. great for everybody. We all got opinions. We battle back and forth."

While we wait for Yeezy to drop a release date for what could possibly be Turbo Grafx 16, listen to Fuse's Back of the Class podcast 2016 finale, where the guys discuss Kanye's meeting with Trump: