“King Push” takes the stage on The Jimmy Kimmel Show with Pharrell for a live performance of their collaborative song, “S.N.I.T.C.H.,” which is featured on Pusha’s My Name Is My Name LP. Backed by a full band, watch as the Virginia natives rock the Sony indoor stage for fans and perform for viewers tuning in at home. My Name Is My Name is in stores and available for purchase.
King Push links up with Sway Calloway on Sway In The Morning and discusses his approach to recording music. The Clipse member explains to listeners tuning in that he allows the instrumental to speak to him before sitting down to write and create. Pusha continues the candid conversation by revealing it him some time to finish the song “40 Acres” because of how important it was to him to get it right. The My Name Is My Name rapper also clarifies what he means behind some of his more questionable lyrics directed towards women on his new album. Watch as Pusha T shares the story behind how his parents caught his older brother selling drugs and how he eventually got caught himself after having an altercation outside of his parents home over money which resulted in a gun going off. Push keeps things honest and also touches on the disappointment he caused his parents.
Revolt TV catches up with Pusha T at his recent listening party and got the G.O.O.D. Music artist to speak on a number of topics related to his new album My Name Is My Name. ”King Push” opens up on the emotional connection he feels towards his latest release as he explains that everything about it is a representation of him and authentic. Pusha T also shares what his favorite track is off the album and says the best feature on the project is actually himself with his surprise Ma$e flow.
Pusha T takes a casual stroll down the streets of Compton, Calif. as he keeps things simple and performs to the camera. The gritty black and white visual also showcases TDE’s Kendrick Lamar who joins King Push on his late night walk and holds it down for his respective verse. Interestingly enough, the entire video consists of only one long steady shot and really plays to the song’s raw vibe.
It’s no secret that as of late actor Joaquin Phoenix’s name has bee making its rounds throughout the world of Hip Hop after it was announced he was behind the production for Pusha T’s “King Push.” According to XXL, the Hip Hop publication reports the claim is false and that the credit actually belongs to a young producer who has yet to be identified. Take a look at the official statement allegedly issued to XXL from Phoenix.
On the latest episode of Life + Time’s web series, cameras catch up with G.O.O.D. Music artist Pusha T for an exclusive look at his song “King Push.” Pusha goes into the details that helped to construct his verses on the song and admits that he feels untouchable in the rap game. The Virigina Beach native also touches on his drug dealing past and explains their too many Hip Hop artists today that aren’t authentic when it comes to credibility in their drug infused bars.
Mass Appeal presents the first episode of “Release Roundtable” which features Combat Jack and numerous panelists from different websites to discuss Pusha T and his upcoming album My Name Is My Name LP. Watch as things get started with a discussion around the transition of lyrics once again becoming the focal point in Hip Hop due to Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse and much more. Pusha T plays and speaks on his Kendrick Lamar assisted “Nosetalgia” and breaks down his Joaquin Phoenix produced “King Push” which will also be featued on his forthcoming album.
Pusha T kicks off his performance at Diamond Supply Co. and Crooks & Castles’ first annual “Welcome To The Block Party” with the energy packed “I Don’t Like (Remix)” and the Clipse classic “Grindin'”. The G.O.O.D. Music artist decided to mix a bit of the past and present from his catalog as he entertained a sea of screaming fans spread out across Fairfax Avenue. The trendy streetwear area was the site of the first annual “Welcome To The Block Part” and was completely shut down for the majority of the day.
Pusha T closes out his performance at Diamond Supply Co. and Crooks & Castles’ first annual “Welcome To The Block Party” with the infectious “Numbers On The Boards.” King Push’s new single is featured on his upcoming My Name Is My Name LP. Fans gathered for the festival in Los Angeles’ trendy streetwear area located on Fairfax which was completely shut down for the majority of the day to allow the festivities to take place.
G.O.O.D. Music’s Pusha T delivers his latest visual and new single with “King Push” which will be featured on the rapper’s forthcoming My Name Is My Name LP set to drop on October 8. Over hard-hitting drums and a haunting vocal sample, the Virginia native proclaims himself “King Push” and kicks his signature coke rhymes fans have come to love. In the spirit of keeping things simple, Pusha continues his minimal approach as the music video sports the Clipse member performing to the camera against a plain black and white backdrop..