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DRY RUN

At a NYC listening extravaganza for his hotly anticipated new G.O.O.D./Def Jam set, It's Almost Dry, Pusha T is flanked by Victor Victor CEO Steven Victor and Def Jam boss Tunji Balogun. The 300 or so VIPs crammed into the space for Pusha's "COKECHELLA" party were treated to the complete album, which was produced by Ye and Pharrell and features, among other guests, Ye, Don Tolliver and Lil Uzi Vert. The ebullient crowd was later dispersed by the NYPD. In a related story, a trade editor who once huffed rails off an exotic dancer's boot now has to drink decaf.

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