On Black friday JT dropped the remix to his chart climbing TKO off his new album “20/20 Experience – 2 of 2“, featuring 3 of todays biggest and brightest hip hop stars J. COLE, ASAP ROCKY & PUSHA T (“MY NAME IS MY NAME” IS ALBUM OF THE YEAR SON!) I digress…on this remix Justin plays the back and lets the MC’s get busy and busy they did get, Pusha did his thing, ASAP spit the best i think I’ve ever heard him and J.Cole offered a comedic yet lyrically sound response to Kendrick Lamar’s“Control” verse spazing on his girl for having the verse on her phone. check out the song and J.Coles verse below.
Cole to the rescue, never save a ho
Hoes like to hide their behavior though
Thought you was a down ass bitch
‘Til I found that shit a couple days ago
I was home alone, next thing I know
That long as verse from a song called “Control” was on
The room got nearer, the tune got clearer
That’s when I seen the shit playin’ on your phone
Girl, what is that? A ringtone?
Shit, not you too
Man, that hype done got you too
Everybody and their momma gassed,
Even my momma asked what I’mma do
In case this is war, then I load up on all ammunition
If a nigga want problems, my trigger’s on auto
I’ll make sure that nobody miss him
Now pack up your shit, you don’t believe in me
I don’t need you, I got me, bitch
Same nigga moved to NYC, bitch
Got a record deal and a college degree, bitch
Two gold plaques, I produced all the tracks
And I never ever ever lean on Jay Z, bitch
And after all that achievement
Real nigga never even went and got his teeth fixed
Now you try to play me, bitch?
I’ll knock your ass out
The Clipse brothers and their teams have mastered the art of videos. Always coming with gritty realist visuals, steering away from the glamour and glitz of some of their contemporaries, here is the latest from Pusha T, for his recently released banger “Blocka“, directed By: Orson Whales (Shahan Jafri + Alex Germanotta).
Pusha Tâ€™s latest track â€œPainâ€ featuring Future serves as the first single from his upcoming solo album due out next year. Listen to the new single below and make sure to download it on iTunes tomorrow.
This video is like a fatal accident on the side of the highway. It’s deep, dark, and filled with sadness – Â and you can’t look away! I was riveted by the videos produced by Malice (now known as “No Malice”), when he was promoting the book about his revelation and spiritual awakening. This one has that same raw imagery, cast of smoke, streets, guns, crackheads and killers. Both Clipse members use stunning visuals that comliment the music and tell more of the story. Props toÂ Samuel RogersÂ & Mike Carson, who shot and edited this.
The song is infectious, because it touches something real in your heart. That’s hook “Them n!gg@s ain’t dyin’ for you” is more than catchy, it embeds into your subconscious. I’m not taking sides in Pusha T and Lil Wayne’s beef – that’s their personal struggle, has nothing to do with me – but I will be entertained if they go at each other on wax. This is certainly not a “2nd Round Knock Out” or “SuperUgly” type of record. This is Pusha T’s call out. Let’s see if – and how – Wayne responds. And then let the games begin ,,,