Pusha T – My Name Is My Name Documentary Pt. I & II (Video)

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Pusha Ton goes down to Kingston, Jamaica with his homie (Complex’s Editor-in-Chief) Noah Callahan-Bever on behalf of Mass Appeal, which NCB led for many years. Approaching My Name Is My Name, the two discuss the album, the Clipse years, and those run-ins with the law that made Pusha and Re-Up Gang such lived-in lyricists.

Very interesting commentary on Push’s relationship with Virginia after 15 years in the major label system. I’ve already pre-ordered the album for me and other another as a gift, and cannot wait.

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