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).
Terrence Thornton, better known as Pusha T, was one half of the group Clipse and enjoyed a ton of success in hip-hop in the early 2000s along with his brother Malice, who made up the other half of the duo.
When it was announced that New Zealand pop sensation Lorde would be putting together the soundtrack for the new film in the Hunger Games series, it looked like the selection could be something special.
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.
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.
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.
The “No Flex Zone” craze is in full effect. After hearing recent attempts from Nicki Minaj & Juicy J, the latest artist to jump on Rae Sremmurd's popular hit is none-other than G.O.O.D. Music's own Pusha T.
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.