wrath of caine
Re-Up Gang’s infamous We Got It 4 Cheap mixtape series always contained a solo track from Philly MC Ab-Liva. Pusha T let the 6”9′ don do his thing once again on Wrath of Caine track “Re-Up Gang Motivation,” for which we receive a visual treatment today.
That boy Nardwuar is moving on these digital streets, as footage of his latest SXSW encounter surfaces. This time Pusha T is the subject of The Human Serviette’s in depth line of questions. Among the topics discussed were Pusha’s love for Big Daddy Kane, his favorite fast food joint in his native Virginia, and more.
On the road to his G.O.O.D. Music debut My Name Is My Name, Pusha T keeps the content coming with these set of visuals for the street savvy “Doesn’t Matter.” Featuring French Montana on the chorus, the two MCs detail why the average person can’t scratch the surface of understanding their lifestyles with actions rather than […]
Although Pusha T is still riding off the success of his recent mixtape, Wrath Of Caine, he’s ready to shift his focus to his solo album, My Name Is My Name.
Pusha T is arguably one of the most lyrically consistent rappers in the game. Just ahead of his Wrath of Caine mixtape, due out tomorrow, the G.O.O.D. Music signee released his latest “Only You Can Tell It,” exclusively to Billboard.com’s The Juice.
With Wrath of Caine steadily approaching, Miss Info caught up with Pusha T at the Capsule menswear trade show in New York City to get an exclusive preview of two tracks from the forthcoming mixtape. During their sit down, the G.O.O.D. Music MC also explains on how these songs, featuring French Montana and Wale, respectively, came to […]
Charismatic rapper Gillie Da Kid connects with Pusha T on the energetic street track, “Tryna Get Me One.” Eerie piano chords occupy the record’s soundscape, while the two MCs reflect on various life experiences gained in their respective Philadelphia and Norfolk hoods.
Travi$ Scott takes a stab at the “G.O.O.D. Music” golden child’s latest effort “Blocka” with Popcaan.
As if “Blocka” didn’t raise the anticipation for Pusha T’s forthcoming mixtape, Wrath of Caine, high enough, the G.O.O.D. Music lyricist unveils a gritty trailer to further promote the project. The visual is a short, but effective depiction of street life.