For his remix of “Black America Again,” Common taps a pair of emcees who couldn’t be more different in Pusha T and Gucci Mane. Along with BJ The Chicago Kid handling the hook, “Black America Again” is black excellence.
Pusha T returns to the kitchen to continue cooking up that goodness with the Mike Will Made It produced “H.G.T.V.”
The video from one of the best tracks off of the Royce Da 5’9″ album of the same name has been released. Pusha T and Rick Ross get in alongside Royce to tell a multi-layered story.
Logic is revving up his engine for 2016. After dropping “Flexicution,” the emcee connects with Pusha T for “Wrist” and you know it’s dope boy madness on this cut.
Pusha T drags Jay Z back into his hustling days for the DJ Dahi produced “Drug Dealers Anonymous” off of Pusha’s King Push album. And if there are any questions as to whether or not Jay Z still has it, listen to him document the ultimate money laundering scheme.
In this clip courtesy of Revolt, Kanye West is in the lab with Diddy and Pusha T as they work on “All Day.” If you haven’t heard by now, damn near 30 people are credited with working on the song. That split must be ridiculous.
After a few weeks of individual verses, Noisey and Hennessy liberate the full video for the 30-minute long posse cut “The Rap Monument”.
Artists include: Action Bronson, Pusha T, Young Thug, Danny Brown, Raekwon, Prodigy, Two-9, RetcH, Da$H, Nipsey Hussle, Vado, Heems, Nasty Nigel, The Flatbush Zombies, Pill, Rockie Fresh, Meyhem Lauren, Killer Mike, Remy Banks, Bodega Bamz, Problem, A$ton Matthews, Yak Ballz, SL Jones, Alexander Spit and several others.
Damn, that’s a lot of rappers.
“Three cities. Thirty rappers. One Track. The Rap Monument. Coming soon,” is what Noisey boasts with this teaser trailer that features Action Bronson, Raekwon, Killer Mike, Pusha T and more. Check out the trailer and wait patiently for the full song.