As he prepares for his new album, King Push reunites with King Hov for his new collaboration, “Neck & Wrist“. The dazzling track finds two of hip-hop’s most respected MC’s spitting out “God-level” raps over a Pharrell-made rhythm.
They inexplicably put me on the list with this ni** / I put your mansion on my wall, are they me? / I blew bird money / You’re talking about twitter feed,” jay-Z said, selling TIDAL to former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey.
According to the information given, he continues, referring to Biggie and their unfortunate supergroups. “If Big were alive, Hov wouldn’t be in this position” / If Big had survived, you would have the commission,” he adds, “Hov would always be Hov.”
This is the first collaboration between the two since “Drug Dealers Anonymous” in 2016. They also collaborated on Kanye West‘s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy in 2010 in “So Appalled”.
“Neck &Wrist” follows Pusha’s long-awaited album The Neptunes and Kanye’s 2018 album Daytona. In February, ye and 88 keys released the single “Diet Coke“.
“There’s no better album this year than mine,” Pusha told Complex.
It can also be heard on Pusha Nigo’s new album I Know NIGO!
Pusha T Takes Shots At Mcdonald’s On Arby’s Diss Track
On Monday, King Push unveiled a new diss track as part of its partnership with fast-food chain Arby’s. With a hard hit, the rap kingpin rocked Arby’s rival McDonald’s.
“I’m the reason the whole world loves it / Now I have to crush it,” Pusha raps at the entrance, referring to mcdonald’s 2003 jingle “I’m Lovin’ It.”