Pusha T Videos

  • Pusha T Annotates Lines From "Mercy"
    Pusha T Annotates Lines From "Mercy"
    Pusha T is the latest big rapper to Skype in to Genius and annotate his own lyrics. He chose to focus on a line off "Mercy" that was seemingly one of those classic King Push coke metaphors: "That white frost on that pound cake, so your Duncan Hines is irrelevant."  Pusha now tells Genius that said line is not, in fact, about coke, but, instead, about his car. The "white frost" refers to its white paint job and the "pound cake" to its tan seats. Pusha's whip is far tastier than your average Duncan Hines.  Get your mind out of the trap house, people. 
  • Yogi & Skrillex Feat. Pusha T, Moody Good & TrollPhace "Burial" Video
    Yogi & Skrillex Feat. Pusha T, Moody Good & TrollPhace "Burial" Video
    Yogi first released his turbo-charged Pusha T collaboration, "Burial," last year, but it's since been reworked by Skrillex (with additional contributions from Moody Good and TrollPhace), and now has a new video that is bizarre and incredible in equal measure. As a group of masked vandals (who later reveal themselves to be dancers) roam the streets, Pusha T remains calm, getting his hair done, before getting into a car and revealing himself to be-- Dennis Rodman?
  • Pusha T Shares His Suitcase-Packing Philosophy
    Pusha T Shares His Suitcase-Packing Philosophy
    It's easy to forget, but even rappers like Pusha T have to pack their own suitcase when they go on tour. Pusha sat down with Mass Appeal to share his suitcase-packing philosophy and brought his suitcase along that he packed for his upcoming trip to Europe. A fan of all-black on-stage attire, King Push advocates packing light and "muted" color palette. Here he busts a sampling of his designer clothes for the camera: Phillip Lim jackets, Balenciaga sneakers, Dries van Noten sweatsuits, and Saint Laurent flannels. He is careful to mention that he bought and owns all of his clothes.
  • Rozzi Crane Feat. Pusha T "Psycho (Remix)" Video
    Rozzi Crane Feat. Pusha T "Psycho (Remix)" Video
    Pusha T's been dabbling on all sorts of cross-genre mashups these days, and this time he links up with San Francisco singer Rozzi Crane in the video for "Psycho (Remix)." Crane is about the cross-genre life herself, having linked up with Kendrick Lamar on her single "Crazy Ass Bitch." In the trippy visual, King Push stands in front of a giant pyramid of blow and encourages listeners to stay confident even though they are psycho. "Jesus had haters," he raps. PRO: He leads the song off. CON: He hands the mic over to Rozzi for good less than a minute in. 
  • iSHi Feat. Pusha T, Tinie Tempah "Push It! (Remix) " Video
    iSHi Feat. Pusha T, Tinie Tempah "Push It! (Remix) " Video
    Swedish producer iSHi is now on our radars after getting Pusha T on his most recent banger "Push It". For the remix, iSHi stayed in the E.U. and grabbed U.K. rapper Tinie Tempah, who brings some rapid-fire bars to this international collab.
  • iSHi Feat. Pusha T "Push It" Video
    iSHi Feat. Pusha T "Push It" Video
    Swedish producer, iSHi, broke out into the hip-hop scene last month with his Pusha T-featured cut “Push It”, and now today he’s back with the official video for it. Watch the dark and grimey new visual above, and keep your eyes peeled for updates on P’s follow up to My Name Is My Name.
  • Watch The Full "Rap Monument" Feat. Pusha T, Nipsey Hussle, Danny Brown & Many More
    Watch The Full "Rap Monument" Feat. Pusha T, Nipsey Hussle, Danny Brown & Many More
    Noisey has been rolling out various verses that make up the enormous 42-minute record that is the "Rap Monument" the past few weeks now. Today they're finally ready to let us see and hear the full video. With studio sessions set up in New York, L.A. and Atlanta, they paired up Pusha T, Nipsey Hussle, Raekwon, Problem, Danny Brown, Flatbush Zombies, Rockie Fresh and so many more, over production from Hudson Mohawke, ick Hook and S-Type. It's a lot to digest, but hit play above. We've included the full list of rappers featured below.
  • Pusha T "Lunch Money" Video
    Pusha T "Lunch Money" Video
    Pusha T startled everyone by releasing his most abrasive track to date a few weeks ago. Produced by Kanye West, "Lunch Money" bears Yeezus levels of old-head-repellant with its unorthodox instrumental, and now a video has dropped. Equally as interesting as the song, the video features King Push rapping amid some strange footage of another man dancing and shooting bullets at a mountain of cocaine. 
  • Pusha T "Lunch Money" Video (Teaser)
    Pusha T "Lunch Money" Video (Teaser)
    "Lunch Money", the first single from Pusha T's upcoming follow up to 2013's My Name Is My Name appeared on the internet a few weeks back, and while it was let out a little earlier than expected, Push is getting ready to release the official video for the track soon.
  • Raekwon's "Rap Monument" Verse
    Raekwon's "Rap Monument" Verse
    Damn, "Rap Monument" is gonna be one long-ass song, that's for sure. The project, which is slated to come out by the year's end, features verses from 30 different rappers, like Pusha T, Danny Brown and Young Thug, and will be a wopping 30-minutes long. The latest MC to add his bars to the monument is Wu-Tang's very own Raekwon.
  • Pusha T's "Rap Monument" Verse
    Pusha T's "Rap Monument" Verse
    Last week, it was announced that a whole host of today's brightest hip-hop stars would be appearing on a massive, collaborative track called "The Rap Monument." Presented by Noisey, the track is set to feature 30 separate rappers, and should be released before the year's end. Today, we get to hear the entirety of Pusha T's verse on the track. 
  • No Malice Trailer For "The End Of Malice" Feat. Pusha T & Pharrell
    No Malice Trailer For "The End Of Malice" Feat. Pusha T & Pharrell
    No Malice, formerly Malice, 1/2 of acclaimed rap duo The Clipse, did a total 180 from his drug-dealing and talking rhymes when he announced his Christian faith. Finding God influenced the rapper to change his rhymes and his outlook on life, and we got evidence of this when he dropped his first album as No Malice, Hear Ye Him.
  • Pusha T Talks "Lunch Money"
    Pusha T Talks "Lunch Money"
    "Sometimes when you make records you just know that people aren't doing things in the same lane as you." That's Pusha T, talking about "Lunch Money," his new Kanye West-produced single that, with a 59% user rating, had many people scratching their heads when it dropped yesterday. Speaking to the somewhat abrasive sonic characteristics Kanye included on the track, King Push said,
  • Teyana Taylor Feat. Yo Gotti & Pusha T "Maybe" Video
    Teyana Taylor Feat. Yo Gotti & Pusha T "Maybe" Video
    G.O.O.D. singer Teyana Taylor has been teasing the visuals for her new single "Maybe" for a while now, and finally lets fans see the official music video today. For the visual we go back in time, where apparently both Teyana and Pusha T are wanted men (and women). Teyana rocks several different looks through out the visual, starting off white white-blonde wig where we see her do a strip tease, before getting dragged into the police station.
  • BTS Of Teyana Taylor's "Maybe" Video
    BTS Of Teyana Taylor's "Maybe" Video
    Teyana Taylor is getting ready to drop off her debut album, VII, on October 21st, but before she does so, she’s got some more promoting to do first. With the official music video to her Yo Gotti & Pusha T-featured single “Maybe” already shot, the Harlem native gives 106 & Park a behind the scenes look at the sexy and mysterious clip, which was inspired by Stanley Kubrick’s erotic thriller “Eyes Wide Shut”. “The look that I was going for was the whole underworld, kinda sassy, kinda sexy place,” Teyana explains.
  • Young Money Yawn Feat. Pusha T "Shout Out To Papi" Video
    Young Money Yawn Feat. Pusha T "Shout Out To Papi" Video
    Norfolk, Virginia's Young Money Yawn released his breakout track "Shout Out To Papi" with Pusha T back in May, and now we've got a very fitting video for the track. With Young Money Yawn rapping about the Papi who's his coke connect throughout the song, we see him doing a deal on the docks at night before using his earnings to party.
  • August Alsina Feat. Pusha T "FML" Video
    August Alsina Feat. Pusha T "FML" Video
    Awhile back on Instagram August Alsina shared a haunting image of himself with a noose around his neck, making it appear like he'd been hung. The image quickly got people talking, although August left little explanation as to its origins. Today that's been uncovered, as the r'n'b singer unleashes the official music video for his Pusha T collabo "FML." The video is extremely dark and just as haunting as that singular image was. It finds both artists murdered in different ways, as each examines the scenes of their own death.
  • Pusha T Responds To YouTube Comments For Noisey
    Pusha T Responds To YouTube Comments For Noisey
    The last Noisey instalment of "The People Vs..." had the always hilarious Cam'ron reading through YouTube comments on his videos. Today they've released a new segment with Pusha Ton.
  • Pusha T "40 Acres (Acapella)" Video
    Pusha T "40 Acres (Acapella)" Video
    Pusha T's 2013 release My Name Is My Name featured some of the most powerful lyrics we heard last year. One of the most moving songs was "40 Acres," a track that addresses post-Civil War politics, Pusha's own troubled past, and his brother No Malice's newfound Christian beliefs.
  • Clipse Brings "CNN Tonight" Back Home To Virginia
    Clipse Brings "CNN Tonight" Back Home To Virginia
    Hip Hop on CNN? Yep, the Cable News Network decided to do a segment on the Thornton brothers, better known as The Clipse. Host Bill Weir went back to Virginia Beach with Pusha T and No Malice to reminiscence on their journeys in the music industry. CNN does an excellent job of analyzing the unique stories behind both Thornton brothers. A good portion of this video is spent covering No Malice’s transformation from dope-boy to born-again-Christian. You can tell the Thornton brothers are speaking the truth here and holding nothing back for CNN.
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