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Upon hearing his sometimes-nemesis Drake's "Started From The Bottom" track about going from being a semi-successful child actor to a highly-successful adult rapper, Pusha's head exploded, leaving him unable to record any new songs or promote the album.

Upon hearing his sometimes-nemesis Drake's "Started From The Bottom" track about going from being a semi-successful child actor to a highly-successful adult rapper, Pusha's head exploded, leaving him unable to record any new songs or promote the album.

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Pusha T Discusses Recruiting The Hitmen for My Name Is My Name and His “King of New Orleans” Line

Pusha T has his eyes on restoring a certain feeling back in rap. “There’s a certain energy that I’m looking for in music that I don’t believe is there anymore,” he says with an intent look on his face, as he sits comfortably inside Def Jam’s NYC headquarters...

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50 Cent “How to Rob” Power of the Dollar (2000)
50 Cent “How to Rob” Power of the Dollar (2000)
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From the Archives: 50 Cent, “Still I Rise” [Originally Published on September, 2001]

For the second installment of XXL's Get Rich of Die Tryin week, celebrating the 10-year anniversary of 50 Cent's monumental debut, we look back at an extensive narrative penned by writer Kris Ex on 50's imminent return to the rap game, right before his blockbuster debut which was cosigned by Eminem and Dr...

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