Zane Lowe sits with Pusha T and records an audio interview. Thirteen minutes of pushing.
Pusha and Chris Brown managed to install a stripper pole at the beach for this video. My Name Is My Name drops tomorrow.
you wanna see a dead body? it turns out, they can’t kill kenny. even after calling out the ten-years-his-senior rapper, King Push, on “Control,” kendrick lamar and your favorite drug dealer’s favorite rapper still managed to produce one of hip-hop’s most powerful collabs in a Toronto minute.
King Push unveils the dark visual for his “Nosetalgia” collaboration with Kendrick Lamar off My Name Is My Name. Go take a stroll around the block with Terrence & Kendrick.
It’s happening. Pusha T is releasing the videos from the My Name Is My Name project, and as he said in his own “Twitter rant” he doesn’t care about the numbers. He’s right not to, because Clipse/Pusha fans have long supported them without needing the validation of it being the most popular idea: the poetic hustler-turned-repentant-artist.
Nicely woven tale of the drug game from two vastly different viewpoints. Pusha’s — well — pushing. And K. Dot is observing the substances erode and rule his family at once.
Last night, My Name Is My Name got its official listening treatment. And, as expected, Kanye stole the scene from Pusha T by screaming his way through an endorsement. But one particular statement may have been aimed at October’s Very Own, Drizzy. Check the quote after the jump.