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Quiet as kept, Pusha T dropped one of the better albums of the year with My Name Is My Name. The G.O.O.D. Music rapper is currently in the UK for a promo run and sat down with an interview with the BBC’s Zane Lowe.

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Following a stellar 2013 interview run with sit-downs that included Eminem, Jay-Z and Kanye West, Zane Lowe recently spoke to G.O.O.D. Music’s Pusha T to make the Hip-Hop cypher complete. In their talk, Pyrex P talks about what his process is for working with artists (especially UK ones), his latest album My Name Is My Name and the possibility of a Clipse reunion in the near future. Fans should keep hope alive because at some point it’s going to happen, and when they do, Pharrell and Kanye West are already on deck ready to lend their production talents to the brothers.

Push A Ton also shouted out himself when bigging up his album, still confident that it’s “the most uncompromised Hip-Hop album” that he thinks people have heard in ages.

Listen to King Push state his case, and explain Kanye West wanting to executive produce a Clipse album (Malice passed), below.

Photo: BBC