After a successful stream of album releases, the artists under Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music might be going on tour this year.

G.O.O.D. Music Joint Tour

According to rapper Pusha T, the record label's president, he has already brought up the idea to West who, he said, was onboard and excited for it. The "Story of Adidon" rapper revealed the plan during a conversation with Julie Adenuga of Beats 1.

"That's what we're trying to figure out right now, just how we're gonna do it," Pusha T said via Pitchfork. "I've already booked a tour, but you know I definitely see us doing this as a collective for sure, and not even by my word, by Ye's. I already see it happening."

In May, Pusha T dropped Daytona, a seven-track album and the first out of five albums that West produced in his base camp in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The record label also released West's Ye, West and Kid Cudi's Kids See Ghosts, Teyana Taylor's K.T.S.E., and Nas' NASIR. If the proposed tour gets the official green light, all five artists will be heading on the road sometime in the future.

West is also planning to release more seven-track albums under his own record label. Chance The Rapper has recently confirmed that he is working on his next album with the controversial self-proclaimed genius.

The 41-year-old rapper, designer, and record producer reportedly wanted to release 52 albums within 52 weeks.

What Is Next For Pusha T?

During the interview, King Push also talked about what he has in store in the near future. He said that now that Daytona is out, he has already started mulling new music or his next album.

"I already have my next project in mind," he stated.

Daytona peaked at the third spot of Billboard 200 last month. It becomes his second album to reach the Top 5 and the fourth to enter the albums chart. Four tracks from the album, including "Infrared," his diss song for Drake, made it to the Billboard Hot 100.

Pusha T Responds To Drake's 'Scorpion'

In a separate interview, Pusha T spoke about the widely successful double album of Drake titled Scorpion. The record, which is set to debut on top of the Billboard 200, was released on June 29.

In the track "Emotionless," the Canadian chart-topper spoke about his secret son and why he decided to hide the baby from the world. Drake was directly responding to Pusha T's "The Story of Adidon," which accused him of fathering a child with a former pornstar.

King Push said that he plans to listen to Scorpion.

"Hell yeah! I gotta have something to compare Daytona to, don't I?" he said.