Hours ago, Pusha T released another track off his solo debut, My Name Is My Name. Although the song features lyrical foe, Kendrick Lamar, Pusha tells Rob Markman that the record has been in the works for years.
“I never heard [Kendrick] talk like that,. When I listen to it, I felt [Kendrick’s] last bars where [he’s] saying, ‘I’m myself. I can dibble-dabble over here, but I can still show you this is myself, this is me, who I am. He really showed out.”