Pusha T Songs

  • Bang Bang
    Bang Bang
    A week ago, Sheek Louch started teasing fans about a big collaboration with Pusha T, "Bang Bang." Based on the title alone, you'd expect some scathing shit, and you wouldn't be wrong. Today the veteran rapper has debuted the single with King Push, who, as per usual obliterates his verse. The song is centered around a "bang bang" sample (no Chief Keef) and some hard-hitting metal drums. Now we need that sophomore album from Push.
  • Bussin' Moves
    Bussin' Moves
    Hit-Boy is bussing moves. The architect behind Audio Push's  The Good Vibe Tribe came through today with a surprise 5-track EP called Zoomin'. The stand-out track of the project is "Bussin Moves,'" for which he recruited the talents of Pusha T and Quentin Miller. Hit lays down some Vivaldi-esque strings for the beat, handles the hook, and takes a verse, letting us know that even though he's a producer first he can still rap with the best of em. "Bussin' moves like I'm Mike Jack, moonwalking to the money bag."
  • M.O.B.
    JR Castro has been generating quite a bit of hype in a short amount of time, dropping the Quavo and Kid Ink-assisted (and DJ Mustard-produced) record, "Get Home" a few months back. Proving he can master the R&B radio sound, Castro now shows his versatility with "M.O.B.", a new ballad that once again puts hi impressive vocal chops on full display, this time moving into late-night territory.
  • Break Yourself
    Break Yourself
    Pusha T is increasingly dabbling in electronic music these days, having recently linked up such big name producers as Axwell Λ Ingrosso, Hudson Mohawke, Stromae, & Major Lazer for some cross-genre bangers. He keeps the streak alive by hopping on Hook N Sling & Far East Movement's "Break Yourself." The clubby electronic beat combined with the particular flow Pusha uses here give his a verse something of a Kanye vibe. 
  • Amen (Hudson Mohawke Remix)
    Amen (Hudson Mohawke Remix)
    Pusha T may have released his debut solo album in 2013, but it's not like he didn't already have a couple of projects out under his name already. His 2011 effort, Fear Of God II, was one of the strongest statements, and featured one particularly cool moment in uniting Kanye and Jeezy once again on "Amen".
  • Can't Hold Us Down
    Can't Hold Us Down
    Pusha T's habit of dabbling with electronic producers continues as he links up on "Can't Hold Us Down" with Axwell Λ Ingrosso, best known as 2/3 of EDM supergroup Swedish House Mafia.  The song also features a verse from Swedish female rapper Silvana Imam, -- turns out Swedish is a natural language for rap -- who intersperses the occasional English word: "pussy" "underground," "incomes," "fuck," etc.
  • How Could You Forget
    How Could You Forget
    Last night, Trey Songz surprise-released a second half to his recent project Intermission (stay tuned for a stream), which contained six new tracks and was kicked off by a Pusha T collaboration called "How Could You Forget." Listen below.
  • Night Riders
    Night Riders
    Major Lazer killed their collaboration with DJ Snake and MØ, "Lean On," and today they continue the hot streak with another multiple flame emoji track (very hottttt for those not up on their emoji game), "Night Riders." "Lean On" was a very dancey record, and while the electronic influence is still prevalent on "Night Riders," it's much more hip-hop-heavy. Features from Travi$ Scott, Pusha T, 2 Chainz and Mad Cobra complete it.
  • Kilo Champ
    Kilo Champ
    Mayalino is dropping his self-titled EP later tonight, and he's dropped on hell of a track to announce its release. As its title might suggest, "Kilo Champ" is a street anthem, and its feature list is spot-on. Both Pusha T and Scarface deliver their expertly crafted punchlines to bookend the grandiose trap beat, while 'Lino takes the second 16.
  • Push It
    Push It
    if you're making a song called "Push It," and your name isn't Salt-N-Pepa, you would do well to put a dude who calls himself King Push on it. That's exactly what Swedish beatmaker iSHi did on his latest track. Quotable Lyrics
  • Appreciate Ya
    Appreciate Ya
    "Appreciate Ya", the latest leak from Joell Ortiz, proves that real lyricism is still alive and well. In true rapper's rapper fashion, the NY MC unleashes a flood of dope bars and slick metaphors over a soulful production laced by the often overlooked Heatmakerz.  The song, which was premiered by Funkmaster Flex, also features audio of an old Funk Flex interview with Kanye West and Pusha T, where both Ye and Push praise the Slaughterhouse member's lyrical capabilities. Mr. West even calls Ortiz "fresh."   How fresh do you think this new joint from Joell Ortiz is? 
  • The Deep End
    The Deep End
    Two of the biggest stars out of the DMV link up on "The Deep End", a track by Wale featuring Pusha T off Wale's newest mixtape, Festivus. 
  • Chimes (Remix) (CDQ)
    Chimes (Remix) (CDQ)
    Yesterday Hudson Mohawke's remix of his fan-favorite record, "Chimes," leaked on to the net thanks to a radio rip. Today Hudson is ready to unveil the CDQ and official version of the record's remix, which features an all-star line-up consisting of fellow G.O.O.D. Music signees, Pusha T and Travi$ Scott, as well as the auto-tuned ATLien Future and New York's French Montana.
  • Chimes (Remix) (Radio Rip)
    Chimes (Remix) (Radio Rip)
    Back in July, Hudson Mohawke shared a monstrous instrumental track called "Chimes" that failed to make a big splash in the hip-hop world at the time. Well, this should change that. Future, French Montana, Pusha T and Travi$ Scott have all contributed to a new remix of the track. 
  • Lunch Money
    Lunch Money
    Pusha T has been noticeably absent from our lives. The G.O.O.D. Music and former Clipse MC is all about high-quality rhymes and production, so that tends to mean he puts out less (but in a less-is-more sort of way). We've seen him appear as a feature, recently on he popped up on electronic producer Tiga's "Bugatti" record for something different. However now we find him back at what he does best, menacing bars over a crazy beat. Literally the beat sounds a bit bi-polar. Does it work?
  • Meltdown
    Even if you're not actually interested in seeing the upcoming "Hunger Games" movie, the original soundtrack for the film is proving to be an impressive one.
  • Bugatti (Remix)
    Bugatti (Remix)
    No, not that "Bugatti." Pusha T's just blessed Montreal dance producer Tiga's new track "Bugatti" with a verse. Listen below.
  • All On Him
    All On Him
    Quan is a VA resident who's formerly collaborated with Nas, and today he makes his HNHH debut as a solo artist with "All On Him," a track for which he snagged a guest verse from Pusha T. Listen to the soulful jam below. The song's beat makes great use of ghostly backing vocals during the verses and stadium sized synths during the heartfelt chorus. King Push steps up for the first verse in prime "Runaway" mode, letting us know that he's in "rare form" and flies "above it at God speed."  Y'all feeling this dude Quan? Let us know in the comments.
  • Waterline
    O.W.S. is a relatively new singer with no face (yet, we're sure he's got a face, just not one we've seen) who signed to Island Records and dropped his debut single "Waterline" with Pusha T via Jay Z's Life + Times blog today. The UK artists sings about consistent strumming about a failed relationship and possibly giving it another chance. Push comes in around the 2:00 mark to give the song some extra oumfff with his verse.
  • No Flex Zone (Remix)
    No Flex Zone (Remix)
    Never underestimate an instrumental from Mike WiLL Made It. After nearly every emcee in the game hopped on the "No Flex Zone" beat, the song's original artists Rae Sremmurd have finally dropped an official remix. Featuring additional verses from Nicki Minaj & Pusha T, the track retains all of the elements that made the original track a hit while doubling up on lyrical ammo.
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