Pusha T and London-based production group YOGI, recently collaborated on “Burial” — a hard hitting hip-hop & trap track.
This is a dope song that is hard to turn down, but the title, “Burial,” reminds me of a recent tragedy… Max was my best friend, and I was sad to see him go. I’m going to miss going on walks, playing tug-of-war, snuggling, but mostly, I’m going to miss our time together.
…he was such a great fish.
Future released a fifth single from his forthcoming album, Honest. The track features a bass-heavy beat by Mike WiLL Made It and plenty of Pusha T drug euphemisms, so it’s either about the dope game, or what it’s like to be Justin Bieber’s chauffeur. HEYOOO!
Thank you, thank you. I’ll be here all week. Try the veal.
The second single from Pusha T’s My Name Is My Name, “Sweet Serenade” features vocals from Chris Brown, and slick, choral beat from Kanye.
This song comes from someone with a history of dealing and another with a history of abuse, so it’s about as close to a “Sweet Serenade” as these those two are gonna get.
“Let Me Love You” features Kelly Rowland and Pusha T doing a spot-on Mase impression. So, put this song on and take trip back in time, to the year, 1997. Some might say it was a better time — a time when rappers wore shiny suits, performed with back-up dancers and Mase was really cool…
Since the music on TinaCast can’t be all garbage… Pusha T and Kendrick Lamar’s latest single, “Nosetalgia” is told from the perspective of each artist. Pusha, the veteran coke-dealer and Kendrick, growing up with a coke-addict father. The track is produced by Kanye West and is off Pusha T’s album, My Name Is My Name.
Shit. This song reminds me that it’s been ages since I partied with some powdered sugar, if you know what I mean…
I think I’ll have everyone over for waffles then.
There’s probably not many similarities between Kanye West and Tina Fey. (With the obvious exception that they’re both amazing in their respective fields). But one thing the two have in common is that they rarely tweet. Kanye does this to create mystery and gravity surrounding his tweets, while Tina Fey just isn’t into it. Either way, attention must be paid when one of them tries to communicate with lowly commoners like us. Today Mr. West typed:
@kanyewest: Our family Hov brought that real hip hop shit this morning so me and Pusha wanna keep that feeling going
Wow. I can’t believe he said something so profound. Well worth the three month wait. Pusha’s rhymes are solid, but it’s the Kayne-produced beat that really shines. It’s wacky and unorthodox – typical Kanye. I also enjoy the album artwork (that’s not sarcasm). I’d rather see nothing than most album covers (ahem DJ Kay Slay).
I admire Future’s courage to pursue a music career post-tracheotomy. That’s why his voice is always so wacky, right? Check him out in Pusha T’s “Pain,”…
“New God Flow” is the first single from GOOD Music‘s upcoming album, Cruel Summer, due out September 4th. The cheerleading at the end is unexpected, right?