Yeezus, take the wheel. Rapper Pusha T did just that when it came to his third album, the Kanye West-produced Daytona, which was released in May. Creative director West even paid $85,000 to acquire a controversial photo of the late Whitney Houston’s tragic, drug-filled bathroom as the cover art. If that wasn’t hype enough, the Virginia rapper started a highly-publicized beef with Drake (calling him out on Daytona’s “Infrared”) and tied the knot last month during a star-studded ceremony. Like Pusha says on the album’s opener, “If you know, you know” — and we know that this shit is pretty good, drama aside.