Pusha T Talks About What it Would Take for a Clipse Reunion Album and His Album Being the Best of the Year with Zane Lowe (Audio)

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Pusha T says he “turns down features all the time,” and maintains that he’s got “album of the year” to Zane Lowe. The Clipse lyricist sits down at BBC Radio for a discussion about 2013, his My Name Is My Name solo debut, and why he refuses to phone-in features, figuratively or literally.

Push also talks about the evolution of his relationship with No Malice (fka Malice), and how their conversations have changed with Mal’s growing spiritual connection.

Do you think #MNIMN is A.O.T.Y? How do you think the album changes the G.O.O.D. Music legacy?

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