The opening track off the rapper's upcoming album, 'My Name Is My Name', is produced by rapper Kanye West and actor Joaquin Phoenix.
Pusha T has just released a single called "King Push" and its accompanying music video. The three-minute visuals sees the 36-year-old entertainer rapping alone in a blacked out room before delivering his verses in a place where everything is white.
"King Push" is produced by "The Master" actor Joaquin Phoenix and rapper Kanye West. It features Pusha T rapping, "My first Grammy was my first brick/ Red carpet every bad b**ch/ More B.M.F. than Billboard/ I got a label deal under my mattress."
"King Push" is the first track off Pusha T's newest album "My Name Is My Name", which is set to arrive on October 8 via G.O.O.D. Music/Def Jam Records. The album will also include contributions from Pharrell Williams, Young Jeezy, Chris Brown, Kendrick Lamar, Future, and others.
Pusha T recently talked about his upcoming record in an interview with MTV. The Virginia native said that his new album would be "amazing" despite the delayed release date. "I'm so confident in my music, so confident in the product that I made," Pusha T told the site. "I told y'all a long time ago, I'ma have the album of the year."
Pusha T's "King Push" music video