New single from Troy Ave’s New York City: The Album, available now.
New single released on November 18th on Outsiders/Polydor UK.
G.O.O.D. Music rapper Pusha T stands by his statements about Lil Wayne’s “Dedication 5″ being “trash,” and shares if they’ll ever resolve their tension. Pusha also speaks about Jae Millz getting at him after he slammed Wayne’s album, and reveals why he didn’t respond to the diss.
Whoever put this online managed to leave the commercials in, so skip to about the 4:30 mark to start watching.
Remix by Rustie (Danny Brown “Dope Song”) commissioned as part of a lost remix project, Lucky-T, a collab between LM and Decon Records for Pusha’s Wrath Of God EP. Rustie, S-Type, Machinedrum, Lunice & Hud Mo all featured. It never surfaced. Would have loved to include this on the My Crown Weighs A Ton mixtape…. [cont.]
Pusha T opens up about Kanye going on a rant during the listening party for “My Name is My Name,” and reveals why he was caught off guard but not surprised by Kanye’s actions. He also clarifies recent comments he made about people wanting to dress like “bad rappers,” and adds that most rappers care [cont.]
From Linkin Park’s new remix project, RECHARGED, out October 29th.
Pusha T talks trap life and the difference between the rap world and the streets. Directed by Orson Whales & Kris Ex.
Pusha T performs “Sweet Serenade” up at Shade45.
The self proclaimed boss of the Rap game touches down on the West Coast and checks in with DJ Skee for an exclusive interview. Take a look as Rozay makes himself comfortable on Skee’s studio leather couch, puffs on a blunt and gets into details behind his upcoming Mastermind LP. The Miami native addresses the [cont.]
Pusha T speaks on his new album My Name Is My Name, and decodes some bars off the record.
Gotti, Bun, and Push help out Lantana on the remix to “All Hustle, No Luck”.
Pusha T is the latest subject on Mass Appeal’s Off Tha’ Wall. Coming off the heels of his debut solo album release, MNIMN, Push opens up about a plethora of things. He speaks about his relationship with Pharrell Williams, his favorite spots in Virginia and the biggest misconception about him.
Pusha’s album cover comes to life. My Name Is My Name in stores now.
“This is educated thug music…” said Jay-Z years ago on “N.Y.M.P.”, from Vol. 3: The Life & Times Of S. Carter. This was years before he was lounging in beach chairs with Beyonce and Blue, still building his empire, giving us countless visual tales of his drug-running, pre-rap lifestyle. Despite our upbringing on Public Enemy [cont.]
Timbaland tells us: “This song didn’t make the cut from 2012, but featured a lot of artist from Virginia. There were many variations to this song, but here is a snippet.” Come on Tim, release that shit…. Also, here’s some (bad) footage making the rounds, down below of Tim playing an as-of-yet unreleased Jay-Z and [cont.]
Pusha T sits in with The Breakfast Club to discuss My Name Is My Name, which is in stores now.
In the final part of “Release Roundtable,” Pusha T takes our panel of internet heavyweights through his tracks “Hold On” featuring Rick Ross and “No Regrets” with Young Jeezy & Kevin Cossom. The committee wraps up with their honest commentary on Pusha’s album My Name Is My Name.
Pusha T sits down with JAY Z’s Life + Times to explain the root of the track “Nosetalgia” feat Kendrick Lamar off his album “My Name is My Name”.
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