Pusha T Decodes "King Push," Says Rappers Being "Drug Affiliated" Is "My Fault" [VIDEO]
Pusha T's new album, My Name Is MyName, sprung a leak, and is legally streaming. You can also get more insight into the project's opening track, "King Push" from the Clipse rapper himself.
The G.O.O.D. Music rapper explained the sciences behind crafting the TK produced song. "Ultimately this is my life, and it's my time. As far as, ya know, this whole rap scenario goes...I'm at a place, I'm at a spot where like, I'm untouchable. I already told everybody I got album of the year. I'm about to prove that," Push A Ton told Life + Times of the track's opening bars.
My Name Is My Name is in stores next Tuesday, October 8, but you can pre-order it on iTunes.
To see Pusha speak more on drug references being OD in Hip-Hop (he takes the blame for it) and more, watch below.