Pusha-T is keeping himself busy. After dropping his highly anticipated album, Daytona a few weeks back, the president G.O.O.D Music has teamed with tech entrepreneur Summer Watson to launch a new hip-hop app called Heir.
The app, which is now taking sign-ups for early access, lets people vote hip hop tracks up or down. Users who show that they have an ear for what people will like earn digital currency known as Crown. But voting for a track that the majority users don’t like can cause a person to lose their Crown.
The goal for the app is to help the hip-hop industry engage more with fans.
In addition to Pusha and Summer Watson, Def Jam Records A&R Executive and Push’s manager, Steven Victor as well as Epic Records A&R executive Joey Arbagey serve as advisors for the app.