Pusha T's on a role, seemingly unveiling new goodies from his freshly-released King Push - Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude album everyday. Alongside The-Dream, who also appears on the song, Push -- who recently kicked a nice freestyle on Sway -- performs inside of a church. Check it out after the jump.
Pusha T is sharing the visuals for his new track "Untouchable" from the forthcoming King Push album. Initially only available for Tidal subscribers, he's now sharing the video through Vevo, which is available to all. Directed by Harrison Boyce, the visuals discover the stone-faced Pusha T wandering around the city -- looking tough as nails. Check it out after the jump.
Pusha season approaching! After dropping his stellar debut full length My Name Is My Name, Virginia's number one dope boy spitter Pusha Ton begins rolling out his King Push campaign. And today we are grateful to receive "Lunch Money", a bombastic and downright straight outta left-field (even more so than last year's insane "Numbers on the Board"? Maybe) cut produced by the always unpredictable Kanye West. While Pusha does his thing, spitting hot fire it's truly Yeezus' production that stands out as the reason you'll be listening to this one. 'Ye's beat here is equipped with unorthodox, disorienting sounds, but all those outrageous nuances are built around a very funky pulse. Listen after the jump.
Ludacris has already excused his absence when he ripped Bobby Shmurda's "Hot N***a" a new one, then he proceeded to give Makonnen's smash hit "Tuesday" a bit of the ol' hardcore gangsta treatment it so desperately needed. So, we suppose it's only natural that Luda continues his recent streak by going off on another 'throwback' track. This time he's spitting bars over Pusha T's clicky-clanky industrial "Numbers on the Board" beat from his excellent My Name Is My Name album. Listen after the jump.
No, this isn't a new track from Pusha T's highly anticipated follow-up to his excellent My Name Is My Name album, King Push. But while we all anxiously await that new Pusha record to drop, the spitter is keeping his name hot jumping on features. Here he appears on Timomatic's "Delilah". Peep the track after the jump.