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Examples of "pusha"
According to Pusha T, the song was recorded in either March or April 2010. Most of the recording crew on the project had forgotten and or forgiven West for the incident with Swift, including Pusha T, who described the event as "old news". By the time Pusha T was supposed to record his verse for the song, West had already recorded a majority of the song. Pusha T had to record his verse several times, because West didn't think Pusha T was being mean enough for the concept of the song the first few times. Pusha T commented that re-doing a verse was something he very rarely did. Generally, Pusha T would write his verses very quickly, and noted that he made the exception for West who he had described as a perfectionist. During the recording process, the two had collaborated on several songs together. Pusha T called the recording process of the song "interesting", and stated:
Pusha T and No Malice both released solo albums in 2013. Pusha T released "My Name Is My Name" on October 8, 2013, and No Malice released "Hear Ye Him" on August 18, 2013. In February 2013 Pusha T said the title of the group's fourth studio album would be "As God As My Witness". Pusha T said that Kanye West and Pharrell Williams had shown interest in producing the album. No album was released.
At a concert on April 30, 2010, Malice announced that he and Pusha T would release solo albums later in the year. On September 12, 2010, Pusha T confirmed to MTV that he had signed to Kanye West's GOOD Music label. Pusha T released his mixtape 'Fear of God' in March 2011.
The song's production was originally offered to rapper Pusha T by Hit-Boy. However, Pusha turned it down, saying "It sounds like a video game. Get that shit out of here!"
The album's fourth single, "Move That Dope" featuring Pharrell, Pusha T and Casino, was released on February 7, 2014. On March 6, 2014, the music video was released for "Move That Dope" featuring Pharrell, Pusha T and Casino.
Kanye West and his live band member/co-producer Mano sampled Kwes' song 'LGOYH' for Pusha T's track "Who I Am", which features on Pusha T's debut album "My Name Is My Name".
Kanye West and his tour DJ Mano sampled Kwes' song 'LGOYH' for Pusha T's track "Who I Am", which features on Pusha T's debut album "My Name Is My Name".
Friday: The Mowgli's, Motel Raphaël, Pusha T, London Grammar, Chromeo, Band of Horses
Pusha T stated that Pharrell nearly gave the beat to Jay-Z.
Pusha T. – "My Name Is My Name (October 7th, US R&B/Hip Hop #2)"
Drake accuses Pusha T of promoting false stories of drug dealing in his songs:
King L featuring Pusha T and Juicy J: "My Hoes They Do Drugs"
2015: Action Bronson, Joey Bada$$, Pusha T, Danny Brown, Migos, Statik Selektah, JME, Stormzy, Tropkillaz
Nomo has been referenced in hip-hop lyrics by rappers such as Pusha T and Wale.
Here and Now Stage: Daniel Spaleniak, Domowe Melodie, Bastille, Pusha T
After Pusha T released "My God", the first single from his solo mixtape, his former GOOD Music label-mate Consequence took to Twitter and claimed Pusha T stole his flow and lyrics from a song of his that Pusha T was supposed to appear on, titled "The Last Supper". On July 22, 2011, Consequence released a song titled "The Plagurist Society" where he takes shots and questions Pusha T’s coke-dealing raps. Towards the end of the record the Queens native promises to take aim at Kanye West next saying "You're nothing but a body shield, for that coward from the mid-west/ so yes you can bet, that your boss is next". Pusha T responded to the diss track when he appeared on Chicago’s 107.5 WGCI’s The Morning Riot and said nobody is looking for Consequence, as for if he would respond on a record, Pusha T went on to say "At the end of the day I am an artist and this whole rap thing is fun to me, so I can't say you won't hear nothing, but to go back and forth with him, it's not right, I won't get anything out of it." Later that day, Consequence called in to Chicago’s WGCI’s The Morning Riot in retaliation to the remarks Pusha T made about him. He also premiered a song titled "Everybody Told Me 2 (Straighten It Out)" where he disses West, Pusha T and GOOD Music in general. Since then Pusha T has responded to Consequence on a record. The song was the remix to Ace Hood's "Go 'N' Get It" which also featured Beanie Sigel, Busta Rhymes and Styles P. In the song Pusha raps "Consequence, nigga, talk is cheap You don't want a problem? Off the beef Before I off his ass with his awful teeth". On August 19, Consequence released "Movies on Demand 3" and continued to diss his former label and Pusha T on songs such as "Career Killer" and "Mr.RapFix (Hot Water)". On September 15, 2011 Consequence appeared on MTV's Rap Fix and announced his feud with Kanye West and GOOD Music was over. While out in Chicago in October 2011, Pusha T appeared on WGCI radio for a second time, and confirmed that the "beef" was indeed over, that it had died out and they have moved on. In January 2015, the two officially ended the feud when Consequence took to his Instagram page to let the people know: "All G.O.O.D. in 2015, Pusha [T] and I deaded everything and we creatively vibed with Kanye for this new LP."
They appeared at Pro Wrestling Unplugged (PWU), where they feuded against All Money Is Legal (K-Murda and K-Pusha).
On November 12, 2015, Pusha T released a song, titled "Untouchable", as the first single for the album.
This is the discography of Clipse, an American hip hop duo consisting of rappers Pusha T and No Malice.
The EP features vocals from American rapper Pusha T, Moses Sumney, and Glass Animals frontman Dave Bayley.