Pusha T Helps Pop Smoke Tell His Vision On A New Song

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Today (July 16), Pop Smoke released his new album, Faith. The project comes almost exactly a year after his 2020 debut, Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon, and is the second to be released after his tragic death in February of that year. The star-studded album has a number of high profile guest appearances, including Rick Ross, The Neptunes, Future and Offset and Quavo from Migos. One of the standout tracks is “Tell The Vision,” featuring a verse from Pusha T and ad libs from Kanye West.

From the outset of his verse, Pusha celebrates the fallen rapper, while simultaneously commending Tyler, The Creator. King Push raps “Look, Tyler got the album of the year, for now / But Pop about to drop, I see the platinum in the clouds.” In the very next line, however, he says that he is also is about to stake his claim by releasing an album. It would be Pusha first album since his 2018 Daytona project, which was produced entirely by Kanye.

You can hear “Tell The Vision,” as well as new music from Tyler, Vince Staples, Evidence, Skyzoo, Rapsody, J. Cole and many more on AFH’s Spotify playlist.