Following up the introductory installment, Mass Appeal returns with part two of Pusha T‘s My Name Is My Name documentary. The G.O.O.D. Music rapper sat with Complex‘s Editor-In-Chief Noah Callahan-Bever to discuss matters ranging from music to his personal life.
Pusha T and Noah Callahan-Bever return for the second installment of the My Name Is My Name – Documentary Series. In this episode, Pusha dissects the difference between the type music he is known for and the music he enjoys personally. Understanding that he has, along with Malice and The Neptunes, created a definitive sound that resonates with fans. “I always said the Clipse and The Neptunes need to be known as a brand of music that’s synonymous to like Gang Starr. The person who loves a Gang Starr album, knows what they’re gonna get.”
As Pusha goes on to exemplify the evolution of the music industry, Noah takes time to discuss his personal side and its presence in his music. He discusses how it’s affected his livelihood as well as his brother’s.
Pusha opens up about his own issues, including how his life continues to be affected by the 2009 drug bust that landed Clipse’s former manager, Anthony Gonzales, in jail for 32 years. See more in the interview below.