Pusha T On Kendrick “Nosetalgia” Verse


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.”

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  • JustMyOpinion

    Alright folks, we can let the ‘control’ verse go. It’s not the end of the world. It was not a DISS record (see 2PAC’s ‘hit ’em up’ for a real DISS record). It was merely a “step-your-bars-up” for all new rappers.

    While we’re on the topic, RR appear not to be the same since that song/verse. Just saying.

  • StarFox64

    pusha t coulda used that control verse

  • Lil Majer The Cartune

    So is this what’s gonna happen from now on?… Every time Kendrick spits on somebodies song we have to discuss about it??? Ughh not even…

  • Johnny Ryall

    Kendrick’s use of the “ten” rhyme scheme is further proof we have a real technician on our hands.

  • Kid

    Ten rhyme scheme ?


    ten rhyme scheme? who knows. I think the coke talk is where kendrick eventually will end up.. Its cool but even to me someone in love with the selling anything aspect of rap I have enjoyed since biggie. Pac rapped like he knew about it but didn’t really fuck with it.. Big was gettin his hands dirty or a least had before and even if the amoounts were fabricated the dialect easily led to proof of his past. Rick Ross now thats some fag shit. Anyways. the flavor is gone because if u are selling something in rap it has to be the most or the biggest load.. Being an actual baller moving 1-4 pounds of good good isn’t enough anymore to get radio play and thats sad because the drug talk radio hits aren’t all that good and aren’t setting the correct example for youths who need a way to make quick scratch.

    (i ended that on a turn.)

  • derk

    The bar is so low, people think everything is a high. Quality is gone in hip hop. Its Just a control system now, its a shame it is being followed by a majority of our people. Look where it has gotten us. Killing each other, competing with each other, owning nothing together; only as individuals. Pointless.

    What is raps purpose to people as whole?

  • derk

    Coke rap? Pusha T is a joke.