It’s A Cold World When Pusha T & Kanye West Are On One (Audio)

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If you liked last year’s My Name Is My Name album, Pusha T gives more of the hardest element of the G.O.O.D Music LP in “Lunch Money.” Based around bullying, King Push’s newest track is more of what Clipse/Re-Up Gang Heads love. It’s slick talking, mean-spirited Hip-Hop that outs the fakes and frauds out there.

Produced by Kanye West, the beat is just as brutal. With Electronic basis, ‘Ye works in Jean-Jaques Perrey’s “E.V.A.,” which Heads know from Gang Starr’s “Just To Get A Rep,” and a host of commercials—thanks to Step In The Arena‘s re-popularizing it. Just premiered on Funkmaster Flex’s HOT 97 show, this one has some tags.


Think Pusha Ton can do a full LP of stuff like this?

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