Pusha T is currently on a press run for his new album My Name Is My Name, which gave him an opportunity to sit with the Sway In The Morning crew and special guest, DJ Premier. There, the veteran MC discussed a range of topics concerning his solo debut, how he writes songs, and even […]
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.”
Twenty-four hours after releasing his solo debut, My Name Is My Name, Pusha T visited The Breakfast club to discuss his new album, how he and Kanye West were against creating radio singles, the root of his beef with Lil Wayne, and more.
Today marks a pinnacle day in Pusha T‘s career, as he released his solo debut, My Name Is My Name, for fans to absorb. Since aligning with G.O.O.D. Music, he’s received some of the biggest looks of his career and dropped some potent verses to boot.
With My Name Is My Name in stores tomorrow, Pusha T unveils a smooth visual for his latest single, “Sweet Serenade,” featuring Chris Brown.
We challenge you to find many MCs that paint street life as vividly as Pusha T. Case in point, the Virginia native recently explained the inspiration behind his My Name Is My Name closer, “S.N.I.T.C.H.,” produced by Pharrell.
Seeing Pusha T and Kendrick Lamar‘s name on the same track is enough to make any Hip-Hop lover shed a single tear. But just moments ago, the world heard the finished project, affectionately titled “Nosetalgia,” courtesy of Funkmaster Flex.
Last night, media figures, music artists, and the like gathered at Industria Superstudio to take in Pusha T‘s Def Jam debut, My Name Is My Name. The music certainly didn’t disappoint, but the most talked about moment of the evening was an expected rant from Kanye West.
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