“I rap, nigga / about trap, nigga / I don’t sing hooks…” Pusha T asserts, as fond as he is of doing so, that he is still “King Push,” in his new single of the same name (off the forthcoming album My Name Is My Name, available on iTunes October 8th), and rightfully so. In 2013, Kanye has remade himself as a rap-rocker (but Pusha is the “black Zack de la Rocha”), Drake has gone even further in the classic R&B direction (see: “I don’t sing hooks”), and A$AP Rocky has collaborated with almost as many unexpected artists as Lil’ Wayne, who isn’t bowing out of that game-changing race any time soon, either. With the fight to finish first as the most genre-defying rapper, Pusha-T laughs at the competition while pushing out new classic trap tracks, and making it look easy.
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You can pre-order Pusha T’s, “My Name Is My Name,” for $7.99, the album drops October 8th.