Mass Appeal Writes: Pusha and our panelists return for the second installment of “Release Roundtable.” They delve further into his album MNIMN, as he discusses the harsh realities of the inspiration behind his song “Suicide.” He speaks about Pharrell’s suggested title and what it means in the context of their hometown, Virginia. We get a glimpse into the honesty of “S.N.I.T.C.H.” as Pusha and the bloggers explore the less-glamorous side of crime. Not all’s villainous however, our roundtable also gets the chance to vibe out to the Kelly Rowland collab, “Let Me Love You.” It’s evident that Pusha is channeling Ma$e, and he’s utterly successful as he manages to fool a few of our listeners with the vintage delivery.
Make sure to get your pre-order of My Name Is My Name now on iTunes for the special limited time pricing of $7.99 and get “Nosetalgia” featuring Kendrick Lamar as an instant download. My Name Is My Name available everywhere October 8th.