Pusha T Says My Name Is My Name Is Inspired By 1994-1999 Hip-Hop Albums

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In an interview with The Breakfast Club, Pusha T says that My Name Is My Name was made with the intention of no radio singles, a driving-music influence, and from The Clipse co-founder listening to his favorite albums from 1994-1999.

So that being said… Heads, which albums do you think he’s referring to?

I’ma say these three:

– E-40’s Federal

– Jeru The Damaja’s Sun Rises In The East

Makaveli’s Don Killuminati: The 7-Day Theory.

Also in the interview, he breaks down the Cash Money beef… if there is one, and admits he’s not an artist who can brag about sales.

Related: Pusha T – My Name is My Name (Album Stream)