Pusha T Aims To Stand Out In Rap Monument, Watch Him Lay The Verse (Video)

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Noisey’s assembly of “Rap Monument” could be one of the more exciting ideas on Hip-Hop’s horizon. With more than 30 rappers from all walks of the industry, all corners of the Rap map, and many sub-genres within the umbrella term, this single track stands to be an exciting time capsule of Rap styles and approaches in the 2010s.

Whether this was made in 2004 or 2014, one artist who is known to steal the show is Pusha T. The Re-Up Gang/Clipse alum recorded a verse very in line with the thesis of his 2013’s My Name Is My Name LP while in the lab with mood lighting and a state of the art microphone.

Should the other 29 rappers be shook ones?

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