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.
Pusha T sits down with Hot New Hip Hop and discusses his thoughts on his new album My Name Is My Name leaking on to the internet. In fact, the G.O.O.D. Music artist tells cameras he purposely released the full stream of his album in order for fans to hear the appropriate quality. Kendrick Lamar was also a topic of discussion as King Push touched on their recent collaboration with “Nosetalgia” and whether or not he felt disrespected by K-Dot’s infamous “Control” verse. Before heading out, Pusha also speaks on HBO’s The Wire and explains what he wants fans to understand after hearing his new LP.
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 performs his new Kendrick Lamar assisted single “Nosetalgia” live for fans at Diamond Supply Co. and Crooks & Castles’ first annual “Welcome To The Block Party.” The festival took place in Los Angeles in the trendy streetwear area located on Fairfax which was completely shut down for the majority of the day.
Pusha T reveals the artwork to accompany his latest single titled “Nosetalgia” featuring Compton native Kendrick Lamar. Continuing with Pusha’s minimal creative direction, the artwork sports a black silhouette of the G.O.O.D. Music rapper against a white backdrop. Check out what King Push had to say to Hip Hop DX on the matter via the short excerpt below.
“We gave two perspectives [on the song]. [Kendrick Lamar] was giving more, looking from the inside of his home and how his family and his crusade through the drug epidemic affected him. I was giving you the junior high, high school start, showing you what it was and where I was at.”
UPDATE: The official audio has leaked and can be found below.