Pusha T is fresh off dropping his new mixtape, Wrath Of Caine, earlier in the week. While the tape is a good means to tide people over until Push drops his proper debut, My Name Is My Name, Pusha Ton is not treating it like a throwaway.

Pusha teamed up with French Montana thursday night in Brooklyn for what he calls a "Guerilla" video shoot. The two rappers met up to film the visuals for their collabo "Doesn't Matter" off Pusha's new tape. The taping was very last minute, but everyone made it out, including legendary Mobb Deep emcee Prodigy.

"Vinnie's Styles is one of the premier boutique clothing stores, and we're guerrilla-ing this right now," said Pusha. "It's 10 or 11 o'clock right now, and we're shooting. This is one day's notice, and everybody's here. The stars are aligning." Even the frigid weather couldn't stop the shoot from succeeding. "Look, man, the weather ... you know it's cold out here, so we just gotta be focused, and the record's dope, so I don't think it's that hard [to shoot]," Pusha said. 

Pusha also had some praise for his collaborator. "It's featuring French," he said. "I'm really into French and what he does musically, and I think that matches what I do lyrically."

French returned the kind words."Pusha's always been vouching for me, and I've always been vouching for him, [because] we doing the same thing," Montana said. "Our style is almost similar to each other, so when we get on tracks, we just tell what we know."

There is no set release date for the "Doesn't Matter" video, but you can expect it very soon.