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.
Noisey delivers the first episode, “A Name I Call Myself,” for a new testimonial series titled “My Name Is My Name.” The focus centers around the inspiration behind King Push’s album new title and features commentary from Pusha, Anwan “Slim” Glover and Tristan “Mack” Wild from HBO’s The Wire. D.C. activist Tony Lewis Jr. also shares his opinion on the underlining meaning of the phrase and how it correlates with Pusha T’s music.
Boi-1da.net catches up with G.O.O.D. Music artist Pusha T for an exclusive interview. Pusha opens things up by clarifying that the title to his new album, My Name Is My Name, was inspired by a quote from HBO’s Marlo Stansfield character from The Wire. Pusha also tells the camera the title is meant to address his haters who still aren’t convinced of his skills even after an impressive 11 years deep in the game. The “Numbers On The Boards” MC continues the conversation by detailing his chemistry with his brother No Malice, speaks on the likelihood of a new Clipse album and confidently states his new album is a Hip Hop masterpiece