Pusha T Is A Major Figure In Hip Hop

Pusha T has been a major figure in hip-hop for a very long time. Just after earning his first #1 album on the Billboard 200, Push featured the final issue of NME on Friday, May 20.

Pusha added that many rap legends are not lucky enough to win a run as long as his.

“A lot of our forefathers, the greats, they didn’t stand the test of time,” Pusha said. “As great as they were, I don’t know how much they are [still] appreciated. [I want] to show that rap doesn’t have to age out. When people look at me, they need to understand that I can do this forever.”

“It’s all about creating the best product you can create,” Pusha detailed of It’s Almost Dry. “That’s just the standard. I want people to look at this street rap narration that I’m painting and understand that this is all I want to make.

“Don’t ask me for anything else. I’m not entertaining you. I’ve been a realist. I’ve shown you everything. I have won the wars. I went through label dramas, i withstood everything. Now is the best time for me to be more creative and fully uplift the genre.”

The It’s Almost Dry Tour begins May 29 in Seattle.

Pusha T Banned From Canada Says Drake And Kanye Don’t Make Good Music

Pusha T was banned in Canada after a spat with Drake.

Immediately after his #1 album It’s Almost Dry, the “Diet Coke” rapper visited REVOLT’s “Drink Champs”, where he revisited his infamous feud with the Toronto rapper.

When the N.O.R.E. suggested that drake had gone too far in his diss of “The Story of Adidon,” in which he exposed him as a father, Pusha shut him down. I don’t give a. That’s why you’re not playing with me. Nothing too far.” “Anyone who told me I’d gone too far, I never spoke to them again.”

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