It’s a glorious day for hip-hop.
Pusha T’s long awaited album King Push will soon be available for our listening pleasures, and to tease the forthcoming celebration, Terrance took to social media to show the cover art for his Jay Z assisted single “Drug Dealers Anonymous”
The DJ Dahi track has a slow sinister feel and provides a warm bed for both lyricist to discuss their former lives. Pusha T talks his drug lifestyle, the countless Madonnas his whips seem to merit and the hush money that kept him out of prison.
Jay Z –who’s obviously in warm up mode–made his second guest feature in a week, (the first being Fat Joe, and Remy Ma’s “All The Way Up” remix) opened his verse with conservative political talk show host Tomi Lahren’s scathing comments about his past life at the height of Beyonce’s “Formation” SuperBowl controversy. But true to form, Jay used the negative press and flipped it on its ear talking about the countless businesses he’s opened, the loyalty he’s merited from friends and how Uber maybe new to us, but his cars been autonomous.
Spin the new record for yourself.