After news spread that My Name Is My Name is estimated to sell between 75-80K, Pusha T liberated a visual for his Future-assisted track “Pain.”
Like past treatments, Pusha opted to keep most scenes monochromatic. His face can barely be seen, as he spits his menacing, street rhymes. In between, clips showing important Black History events like the Civil Rights Movement, the Black Panthers, and more.
If you can’t tell, Pusha Ton clearly took heed of Denzel Washington’s Training Day rant, “The sh*t’s chess, it ain’t checkers,” with his new album, My Name Is My Name.
The Clipse rapper’s first studio album is available via iTunes. Check out the video for Pusha T’s “Pain” below.