Dr. Dre's co-sign has affected the careers of rappers like Snoop Dogg, Eminem, 50 Cent, and Kendrick Lamar, so praise from the legendary producer is quite an honor. In a recent interview with Billboard, Dre, along with the surviving members of N.W.A.
With two tentative King Push release dates (Spring 2015, then June 30) coming and going without any new music. Pusha T has us all holding our breath in anticipation of his new project.
The last few weeks has seen an irregularly large number of rap leaks, with artists like Drake, Young Thug, and Rich Homie Quan finding (often early demos of) their songs made public without their permission.
Although we recently heard Pusha T on Major Lazer's "Night Riders" and saw him cut his braids off, new solo music from the Virginia Beach rapper still hasn't happened since My Name Is My Name.
With the "Lunch Money" video dropping last week, anticipation for Pusha T's King Push is building as we head into the new year. Lucky for us, Push has just given us some more details on the project in an interview with Rolling Stone.
"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
Pusha T's first single off the highly anticipated sophomore solo album King Push, "Lunch Money," left some fans a bit confused, while others were loving the aggressive rhymes and weird-ass beat.
Pusha T Is Aiming for "Hip Hop Album Of The Year" Once Again With "King Push" Jul 2, 2014 at 01:22pm
Pusha T's My Name Is My Name was certainly well-received, but in a year with plenty of great and divisive albums (Yeezus, Nothing was The Same, etc.), it was hard to make a call on a unanimous album of the year.
Pusha T has written some classic material with the Neptunes in the past, but while Pharrell has been putting in work this year (including some stuff on Pusha's MNIMN), Chad Hugo was nowhere to be found.
Joaquin Phoenix Says He Did Not Produce Pusha T's "King Push" [Update: Pusha T Explains] Oct 3, 2013 at 01:20pm
In unfortunate news, it has come out that Joaquin Phoenix did not contribute any production to Pusha T's "King Push," or anywhere else on the album for that matter.
For the latest installment of Life + Times "Decoded" series, Pusha T sits down and explains a big track off his new album, "My Name Is My Name." The album drops October 8th, but Pusha let go a free album stream yesterday.Watch Pusha T Breaks Down "King Push",
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