Pusha-T is that Underground Champion, second to none deserves the Title, “King Push!”
After Malice became religious, you hear very little from him in the music world.
Pusha-T on the other hand, never stopped repping his Virginia Drug past.
That criminal past, makes his lyrics authentic and timeless.
I don’t advocate drug use, and would not be able to tell a “molly” from a Flintstones vitamin.
I however, am a product of that environment.
Yes, Pusha-T admits openly he was street pharmaceutical representative but so was Jay-Z.
Pusha -T raps about his own life, unlike Rick Ross who raps about BMF’s Big Meech and Larry Hover.
With, life and gang violence right in your face, he still is not glorifying it but embracing the fact that it does exist.
Pusha doesn’t want you to become a permanent member of Club Fed, or 6 feet deep. He is demonstrating his grind and his legend,”King Push!”
His life is his life, and his name is his name, and you must respect the fact that he has 8 braids, and he wears them well!
A few people are entertainment thugs that wouldn’t know a brick from a bag of weed, but they pretend though.
When your barz, have razors infused with pain and struggle you become that King, King Push!
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