Pusha T's 'My Name Is My Name' album has been delayed for months, but finally the "set in stone" release date is approaching. Soon after it drops we might just be looking forward to his sophomore effort, 'King Push.'

Fuse caught up with Pusha T at a Rock the Bells stop last week and after mentioning how Kanye West had to kick him out of the studio while making his debut, the rapper talks about how the pursuit of good production made him start working on his next album.

"I got to start early because beats, they're very hard to come by," he shares. "Who knows if I'll be blessed to get 'Ye to take my project by the reins this time. I'm taking beats from everybody."

The Clipse member also details where the title comes from.

"I'm just confident about where I am right now. I'm confident in my lane. I'm confident in the music I want to make."

He was also questioned on his "I think it's safe to say, you really lost it..." tweet, which came right after Lil Wayne released his 'Dedication 5' mixtape. As expected, Pusha coyly denies it was a shot at the Young Money leader. "If the shoe fits wear it," Pusha T says.

'My Name Is My Name' arrives Oct. 8.