You just know that Kanye West aka Ye has lost the plot when even Pusha T isn’t rocking with him. The Virginia rapper and mogul called his frequent collaborators’ comments “disappointing.”
If we’ve learned anything about Pusha T it’s that he wants all the smoke whether it’s out in these streets or all up in the kitchen, and McDonald’s ’bout to find out they done pissed off the wrong one.
On Wednesday (Sept. 7), social media was buzzing when the official Ukraine Ministry of Defense Twitter account quoted a Pusha T rhyme to announce the kind of damage they’ve inflicted on invading Russian forces, and now King Push has responded to the famous tweet.
Pusha T takes to Vevo's CTRL live performances series and delivers two tracks from his latest album, It's Almost Dry.
The GOAT of the NFL, Tom Brady, shows major love to Pusha-T’s “It’s Almost Dry” by featuring it in an ad for his clothing line and calls it the “album of the year.”
It’s been a few weeks since Pusha T dropped his street banger, It’s Almost Dry. Continuing to promote the Billboard chart- topping album, King Push took to Jimmy Kimmel Live! to perform one of his standout cuts.
King Push is riding high with the success of his latest album, It's Almost Dry. As the release made its debut at number one on the Billboard 200 Charts over the weekend, the rapper is marking the occasion by announcing a new tour with special guests that will launch on May 29th.
With the fiends looking for more of that audio dope, King Push dropped off a new brick of that work with It's Almost Dry and the early returns on Twitter are positive thus far.
When asked again by Yee if he'd ignore it, T basically said he would saying "Yeah! I honestly feel like from the sound of it, it just sounded old to me. It's not like fresh!"
Pusha T knows exactly what he's doing. While the buzz surrounding his forthcoming new album, It's Almost Dry, continues to rise, he's also "pressing" his big brother Malice about making a new Clipse album.
Recently sitting down with Charlamagne Tha God for a personal one-on-one interview, Pusha T reflects on his life and the changes he's made to himself over the course of his career.