Pusha T Calls Out The Fake Lifestyles Of Other Rappers on “M.F.T.R. (More Famous Than Rich)” (Audio)

For more than 15 years, Pusha T has drawn the parallels from the street hustle and the music hustle, and how each equates to status. Approaching his sophomore solo album, Darkest Before Dawn (December 18), the G.O.O.D. Music President has another comparison he wants to make: fame versus wealth.

“M.F.T.R. (More Famous Than Rich)” is very much aligned with Pusha Ton’s 2012-2013 campaign, of calling out whom he perceives to be industry fakes. To keep his longstanding tension with a now apparently broken YMCMB family, Push’ mentions Tyga without subliminal lines required:The illusion of money we don’t believe in / You ask me, Tyga looking like a genius / I’m Kim Jong of the crack song / Gil Scott-Heron to the black poem / Woo, the revolution will be televised / ‘Cause we done see all and they telling lies,” raps the Clipse co-founder. Notably, Tyga associates with G.O.O.D.’s founder Kanye West, who has worked with the California rapper, as well as shared family holidays.

Def Jam Records label-mate The-Dream joins Push on the song, which is a call-back to his days as a “kingpin,” despite lacking a #1 or platinum album. Clearly, the Re-Up Gang star is claiming he’s rich, independent of fame—and skilled, regardless of mainstream success.

The audio version comes courtesy of Zane Lowe, who book-ends the track with some intel, including its producer, Boi-1da.

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