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.
Pusha T comes through with a new trippy looking visual for his latest single, “Suicide,” which is featured on the rapper’s My Name Is My Name LP. The black and white visual finds the Virgina Beach native performing to the camera against a solid black background with very little light. As the scenes quickly cut back and forth between images of a naked woman and a snake, viewers can see Pusha doing his thing while Ab-liva’s respective verse features the rapper’s silhouette against a contrasting red background.
“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.
Miss Info does the honors of unveiling The Source’s second cover with Pusha T for the magazine’s upcoming November 2013 issue. The artwork showcases the G.O.O.D. Music rapper decked out in a designer flora print T-Shirt and matching hat as he poses from the camera with a look of laughter. Fans can pick up The Source’s latest issue when it hits stands on November 26. Also, take a look at some exclusive behind the scenes footage of Pusha posing with a snake for a few photos.
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.
Pusha T serves up a new music video for “Hold On” which is the latest single off the Virginia Beach native’s My Name Is My Name LP. The emotinal street anthem finds both artists lacing the mellow piano driven instrumental with rhymes about the struggles of living life out on the corner and hustling to make ends meet. Follow along as the G.O.O.D. Music and MMG general hold what looks like a thug intervention and encourage listeners in tough spots to “Hold On.”
G.O.O.D. Music’s Pusha T performed earlier in the month in New York at Le Poisson Rouge for NPR’s Music showcase. Today, NPR releases a new clip for their “Music Front Row” web series which showcases their coverage of King Push performing “40 Acres” to a sold a out crowd. Viewers can also CLICK HERE to see the rapper’s full 17-song performance. My Name Is My Name is now in stores to purchase.
Pusha T continues his testimonial series with Noisey and in this episode gets into his thought process behind his drug dealing past and more. Watch as the G.O.O.D. Music emcee opens up to cameras about not acting on his impulses to get back back in the dope game despite the lucrative outcome. Interestingly enough, King Push also clarifies that when he was making the decision to get his hands dirty he was an entirely different person and struggles to stray away from that type of mind state. Before calling it a wrap, Pusha T also breaks down the pain that automatically comes with living such a lifestyle.
G.O.O.D. Music’s Pusha T pays a visit to the Sway In The Morning show on SiriusXM radio for a candid interview. Watch as the rapper details how he had to re-tune his listeners to become accustomed to his style of rapping from his solo efforts early on. Pusha T also points out his contribution to Hip Hop’s focus back on lyricism, breaks down his drug inspired bars and explains how his rise in the music industry worked.
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.