posted on 26.09.12

If you haven’t copped Colin Monroe’s Unsung Hero. I suggest you stop what you are doing and reup on that son. For $Free.99 that shit is a steal. 

Big Sean. 2 Chainz. Push-a-ton on the same track with Yeezy! This track should make everyone go back to church and thank God for the G.O.O.D Music compilation. I assume Yeezy is on the beat, but considering his track record, it’s possible he got HitBoy, Lex Luger, D Dot, or No I.D. but I have my fingers crossed it’s a Manny Fresh production. In which case it’s going to be a good summer. posted on 04.04.12

Big Sean. 2 Chainz. Push-a-ton on the same track with Yeezy! This track should make everyone go back to church and thank God for the G.O.O.D Music compilation. I assume Yeezy is on the beat, but considering his track record, it’s possible he got HitBoy, Lex Luger, D Dot, or No I.D. but I have my fingers crossed it’s a Manny Fresh production. In which case it’s going to be a good summer.

Awwww shit…..Push-A-Ton and Big Sean in the Studio working with Mannie Fresh on the G.O.O.D. Music Compilation.
I might be pissed knowing other producers aside from H.I.T.Boy, Kanye, & No I.D. were working on the album, but this is Mannie Fresh. I wouldn’t be mad if they made him one of G.O.O.D. Music’s In-House producers. This album is gonna be hot when it finally drops, particularly any song with Pusha T on it. posted on 13.01.12

Awwww shit…..Push-A-Ton and Big Sean in the Studio working with Mannie Fresh on the G.O.O.D. Music Compilation.

I might be pissed knowing other producers aside from H.I.T.Boy, Kanye, & No I.D. were working on the album, but this is Mannie Fresh. I wouldn’t be mad if they made him one of G.O.O.D. Music’s In-House producers. This album is gonna be hot when it finally drops, particularly any song with Pusha T on it.


posted on 13.12.11

Best of 2011: Verses


Since it’s close to the end of the year I’ve decided to start doing my Best Of’s. For the next 5 days I’ll be posting my Best Of 2011: Verses. Songs that featured one of my favorite verses of the year. In no particular order here is the first:

1. Pusha T - Tony Montana Freestyle

This was tough, trying to decide which verse from Push-a-ton was my favorite was next to impossible. From My God to Raid, Don’t Fuck With Me to Pesos Freestyle, Cook It Down, any time Pusha T spit it a verse it hotter than the last. I chose Tony Montana Freestyle because I think it does the best job at showing how well rounded of an MC Pusha T is. Not only does he use the rhyme style and cadence set forth by Future in the original, but he used it all to tell a quick tale of raising to powering and doing what has to be done to stay there, say like one Tony Montana? The punchlines are on point, he rides the beat better than Future could ever hope to, and in the end, he made a very annoying song, not only tolerable, but one of my favorites by the end of the year. For this Pusha T had my first favorite verse of the year. If he had dropped a proper album, I would have given him the artist of the year award. He put that work in and not only doubled his O but had the whole block fiending for those WMD’s.

posted on 22.07.11

Wolf Gang hooks up with the Re-Up Gang in this video. One of my favorite Neptunes beats in a while. It combines the best from OFWGKTA with that bling from the Neptunes sound. Fucks wit it.

posted on 27.04.11

If hov ever passed his crown to ANYONE, Pusha would HAVE to be on the short-list of contenders.

posted on 19.04.11

My God - Pusha T

I think I found the topic for one of the podcasts I will be doing soon. Religion & Hip Hop: How your favorite Rapper & your least favorite Conservative politician have more in common than most would want to admit. For now just enjoy this breath of fresh air from Virginia’s own pusha. Cop the song on iTunes and show your support for hip hop.

posted on 24.03.11

Pusha T interview with The Breakfast Club

I was listening to Fear of God yesterday, which everyone should if you hadn’t, when I heard a very eyebrow raising adlib at the end of the Money On My Mind freestyle. Did I just hear Pusha shout out Wayne for getting out of the pokey? These two have had a long and well documented beef, starting with the Mr. Me Too, carrying through to Carter 2, a few slick shots on No Ceilings, to a very angry first verse on Road To Til The Casket Drops. I honestly thought these guys would be beefing until one of them dies, never to appear on a record together. THEN the ad lib drops and my eyebrow raised. I even went so far as to reward that shit back 4 times to make sure I wasn’t hearing things. Then this morning I see this interview. Pyrex P & Young Tuna Fish squashed their beef. You don’t even how great the possibilities are now that this has happened. If Carter IV wasn’t already finished, my excitement for it would be almost at Detox levels with the possibility of Pusha T and Wayne on a Yeezy record. I mean that shit can still happen, it just might not appear on Carter IV. Either way, chalk up another win for Hip Hop. G.O.O.D. Music/YMCMB.

Pusha T - Cook It Down from Illusive Media on Vimeo.

posted on 18.03.11

Fear of God

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