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Chevy Woods hasn’t let his foot off the gas since he dropped his Gangland mixtape. Today, he drops an ode to our favorite cannibal over Pusha T’s Exodus “23.1.” The still unnamed Taylor Gang EP is on it’s way, but not before Wiz Khalifa’s O.N.I.F.C. drops under Atlantic Records. The EP will feature new music from Wiz, Chevy, […]
Pusha T checked in with Funkmaster Flex on Hot 97 Wednesday (June 20), and the topic of discussion was (of course) his on-going feud with Young Money.While Lil Wayne has promised to put the beef behind him, according to Pusha T, Weezy’s response to his “Exodus23:1” record is “trash,” and the rift between them is really not even that […]
Pusha T takes it back to the grimy VA streets for his video for the alleged Drake and Lil Wayne diss track “Exodus 23:1.” “Them ni–as ain’t dying for you.” Hey, so long as the rhymes stay this lethal (it even made Weezy react), Push A Ton can keep the braids. Watch the Samuel Rogers […]
As the battle between Pusha T and Young Money rages on, Clipse member, No Malice has jumped in the disagreement. Formerly called “Malice,” Pusha T’s brother went on Twitter yesterday to respond to Weezy’s post on the social networking site late last week.
Pusha T has the people going. The younger half of VA rap group the Clipse, and a soloist on Kanye’s G.O.O.D. Music, Push A Ton’s latest single “Exodus 23:1” is thought to be a not so veiled diss towards Drake. The track even inspired a “Fuk Pusha T” reaction from Lil Wayne. MTV News caught […]
Looks like Wayne wasn’t the only person who felt a way about Pusha T’s “Exodus 23:1” record. Young Chop, producer of Chief Keef’s “I Don’t Like” anthem, took offense to a bar featured in the record. “You can keep yo beats N***a, we much rather share your b-tch, n***a, b-tch n***a,” spits Pusha. Chop’s disappointment […]
Finally, a name has been said! After countless subliminals between both Pusha T and Drake over the last year, Lil Wayne steps up to the plate in defense of his artist. “Fuk pusha t and anybody that love em,” tweeted Lil Tunechi last night after Push A Ton’s latest track, “Exodus 23:1,” thought to contain shots at […]