Pusha T, T.I. & Kodak Black Encourage Voting In New Video
Pusha T, T.I. & Kodak Black
Pusha T has been one of the most vocal rappers in endorsing Hillary Clinton's campaign, so it's no surprise to see him show up in a new video urging Americans to use their right to vote."My people, it's time. It's time that we end this mass incarceration system. It's time that we fix this flawed criminal justice system. It's time that you let our people go," says Push.
Pusha T Appears In PSA For Marijuana Legalization In California
Pusha T has been possibly the most active rapper this election season. He appeared on Colbert earlier this week to speak out against mass incarceration, which he called a scourage "tearing apart our community." Now, he appears in a new PSA encouraging California voters to legalize marijuana and vote yes on Prop 64. Here's what Pusha had to say about Prop 64:
Pusha T: Mass Incarceration is "Tearing Apart Our Community"
Pusha T has been an increasingly active member of the Hillary Clinton campaign as election day comes nearer and nearer. Last night, he spoke on Hillary and mass incarceration during an interview on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbet." First, Colbert brought up the "incredible, iconic" "Grindin'" beat. "[Pharrell] told me that if I was not at the studio within 10 minutes to get the beat, he was going to give the beat to Jay Z," Pusha said. "The fact that he would give a great beat to an artist who wasn't from our hometown would have burnt me up," he joked.
Royce Da 5'9" Feat. Pusha T, Rick Ross "Layers" Video
Royce Da 5'9" Feat. Pusha T & Rick Ross
Royce Da 5'9" continues to push his April release, a solo effort titled Layers, with the release of a music video for the title track/most exciting collaboration off the album. Royce nabbed Pusha T and Rick Ross for the gritty "Layers" record, and brought everyone together to shoot an equally gritty visual. It's directed by Ryan Synder, while the song is produced by Mr. Porter. Watch the storyline unfold above.
Major Lazer Feat. Travis Scott, 2 Chainz, Pusha T & Mad Cobra "Night Riders" Video
Major Lazer Feat. Travis Scott, 2 Chainz, Pusha T & Mad Cobra
It's been over a year since Major Lazer first dropped "Night Riders," and equally over a year since their album Peace is the Mission impacted. Still, chances are you can revisit any of the nine hip-hop-laced-electronic bangers and they'll still carry you through the summer turn-up months. Case in point, "Night Riders," which has the A-list line-up of Travis Scott, Pusha T, 2 Chainz and Mad Cobra.
Watch No Malice's "End of Malice" Documentary
Last Sunday, Revolt premiered "End of Malice," the new documentary focusing on the transformation of No Malice since the end of Clipse, when he rapped as Malice next to his brother Pusha T. The whole thing is now available to stream, and it provides an inside look at a fascinating story that hasn't received its due coverage until now.
Yo Gotti Feat. Pusha T "Hunnid" Video (Prod. Honorable C.N.O.T.E.)
Yo Gotti Feat. Pusha T
Yo Gotti's new album The Art of Hustle features Lil Wayne, Future, 2 Chainz, & Timbaland. But one could quite easily argue the best feature on the album is Pusha T, for his verse on "Hunnid." As great as "Hunnid" is, its music video may be even better.
Pusha T Responds To YouTube Comments On Clipse's "Grindin'" Video
Though some newer fans may not know it, Pusha T has been a visible part of hip-hop since the early 00s, and for many who were following the genre at the time, "Grindin," the breakout single from his brotherly duo, Clipse, was their introduction to him. Today, Pusha T is looking back on the 2002 video, responding to some of the YouTube comments on the song. Push ends up giving a history lesson on his braids, schooling users on accepting new waves of rap, and explaining that he often sees new fans who aren't familiar with his work in the Clipse.
Pusha T Talks About The Clipse’s Break-Up In VICE’s “Autobiographies”
On Wednesday, VICE launched a brand new series called "Autobiographies," which will interview the likes of celebrities, musicians, and athletes in the process. Kicking off the first episode this week is G.O.O.D. Music’s own Pusha T, who sits down for an informative, 13-minute conversation.
Pusha T Feat. Kanye West, ASAP Rocky, The-Dream "M.P.A." Video
Pusha T Feat. Kanye West, A$AP Rocky & The-Dream
Pusha T's prelude album Darkest Before Dawn might be the greatest thing since sliced bread.
Pusha T Feat. The-Dream "M.F.T.R." Video
Pusha T Feat. The-Dream
Pusha T makes a lot of outlandish comparisons in his new prelude album Darkest Before Dawn, and some of the best lie on "M.F.T.R.," -- Kim Jong, Gil-Scott Heron, Alex Rodriguez, more. Today, Push unleashes the track's video, which has him sitting sideways in an abandoned apartment with the Rolls Royce... some sort of exorcism is afoot. He then posts up in a stunning church with The-Dream, who killed the hook. Shoutout to The-Dream's hat.
Pusha T On Sway In The Morning
Pusha T stopped by Sway In The Morning the day before his album hit shelves last week, and the interview has made its way online today. Sway kicks it off with quite the intro, but Push is worthy. The conversation lasts a good 40 minutes before Push gets into a freestyle. During the interview portion, Pusha T breaks down some of the records on Darkest Before Dawn, and specific lyrics as well. He also talks about his fashion venture with Play Cloths, G.O.O.D. Music presidency, and much more.
Pusha T On The Nightly Show
Earlier this week, Pusha T appeared on The Daily Show, and last night, he headed back to Comedy Central for The Nightly Show. The show's host, Larry Wilmore, often brings on rappers, not as musical guests, but to have them provide commentary on hot topics in politics and culture. On one of the year's last episodes, Push joined a panel of other Nightly Show contributors to look back on some of the notable stories that defined 2015.
Pusha T On The Breakfast Club
On the morning after letting loose his new album, Darkest Before Dawn, Pusha T stopped by The Breakfast Club to chop it up with DJ Envy and Angela Yee -- Charlamagne Tha God was absent today. In the new interview, Push discussed his new project as well as how he's fared thus far as the President of GOOD Music, a position given to him by Kanye West.
Pusha T "Darkest Before Dawn" (Short Film)
With the clock striking midnight, Pusha T’s new album, Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude, was made available for purchase on iTunes, featuring guest appearances from Kanye West, The-Dream, and A$AP Rocky among others. To coincide with its release, the G.O.O.D. Music President also released a 22-minute short film in its support on his youtube page as well.
Pusha T On Ebro In The Morning
Pusha T is warming us up for his album King Push with the prelude, Darkest Before Dawn, which arrives this Friday. The rapper is currently in NYC, and paid a visit to HOT 97's Ebro in the Morning for a lengthy conversation about the album and a lot more.
Pusha T Debuts New Song “Sunshine” On “The Daily Show”
To promote his upcoming Darkest Before Dawn album, which drops this Friday 12/18, Pusha T made his by "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah" Tuesday night to serve as the evening's special musical guest.
Pusha T "Crutches, Crosses, & Caskets" Video
With his Darkest Before Dawn prelude LP scheduled to drop this Friday, December 18th, Pusha T shares the video for "Crutches, Crosses, & Caskets." It marks the project's second video, "Untouchable" being the other.
Pusha T & Diddy In The "Crutches, Crosses, Caskets" Studio Session
"Crutches, Crosses, Caskets" was the latest release off of Pusha T 's upcoming prelude album Darkest Before Dawn, and on top of being another unrelenting slice of pure-rap boasting, the track was special in its main collaborator -- the one and only Puff Daddy.
Pusha T Talks Adidas Collab, First Order Of Business As G.O.O.D. Music President, & More With Mass Appeal
If you haven’t noticed, Pusha T has been just about everywhere lately as he preps the release of his upcoming album Darkest Before Dawn. For his latest promo stop, Push visited the good people at Mass Appeal to partake in their on-going interview series “5 Under 5.” In the brief 2-minute clip, the Virginia artist talks about how working with Adidas has been, the significance of the EQT, his first order of business as G.O.O.D. Music president, the quality of his upcoming project, and more. Check it all out above.