Pusha T links up with Fuse’s Esteban for an exclusive one-on-one interview. The G.O.O.D. Music rapper opens up about recently catching up with The Neptunes and acquiring their services for his forthcoming LP, King Push. Pusha T also discusses the difficulty of getting Kanye West to contribute to his projects because of his hectic schedule, a possible Clipse reunion and his new tour with 2 Chainz.
Common links up with OkayPlayerTV for an exclusive Q&A session on the latest episode of The Questions. Take a look as the Chicago emcee breaks down why he wouldn’t mind playing Martin Luther King Jr. or Gil Scott-Heron in a film, where fans can grab the best veggie food in Chicago, why he prefers Detroit over Philly and much more.
Big Sean hooks fans up with a new remix for “10 2 10” featuring Rick Ross and Travi$ Scott. Sean turns the energy to maximum capacity with this one as all the artists drop savvy bars about their drive to succeed. Take a listen as Sean and company boastfully showcase their skills over the hard-hitting instrumental.
Just hours before Kanye West was set to perform in Boston for his “Yeezus” tour, the Chicago native decided to pay students over at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design a surprise visit. After making his way to the lecture hall, the rapper took the opportunity to address the students as part of his DONDA Design Lecture Series and was kind enough to give out 300 free tickets to his show. Ye’s new baby mama, Kim Kardashian, was also in attendance to support the GOOD Music head honcho.
Big Sean delivers a dope new visual which consists of a bunch of random footage of the rapper living his hectic lifestyle out on the road. The G.O.O.D. Music rapper takes the opportunity to share some insightful narration with viewers and touches on what the word risk means to him. Sean Don also speaks on his personal philosophy and encourages his fans to pursue their dreams in his latest inspirational vlog.
Noisey sits down and talks what truth means to Virginia Beach’s Pusha T. Check out “King Push” as he admits that he’s reached a stage in his life where he can’t afford to waste time and has very little patience. The rapper goes on to explain that his life revolves around his business and he can’t jeopardize it by being associated with liars. Pusha gives viewers insight into his thought process by explaining how he was raised by his father and much more.
During a recent stop in San Jose for his Yeezus tour, Kanye West decided to preview a new song which is currently being called “I Am Not Here.” From 2:48 to 3:25 in the visual, audience members were treated to a quick listen of the ominous track as female extras draped in long white dresses and masks stood on stage and stared out into the crowd. The unreleased song can also be heard sporting gritty guitar rifts and hard-hitting drums.