Watch Pusha T & Kendrick Lamar’s New Video For “Nosetalgia”

Stuff is never sunny in Pusha T’s neck of the woods. With less than a week until the release of his solo debut, My Name Is My Name, the Virginia MC unleashes another dark visual. This time for the the popular track, “Nosetalgia” featuring Kendrick Lamar. Push again avoids the cliche hip-hop video scenes and goes for a film noir feel as he and Kendrick trot down a dark neighborhood dropping serious bars. Also, check out the previously released visual for the album’s intro track, “King Push.” MNIMN, drops October 8.

  • DJ SALT

    sucka fair

  • Peso

    King Push…Kendrick murdered it though

  • Massacred

    Just Damn,

    In a year ladled with many major releases, Pusha T’s, My Name Is My Name
    some how manages to buck both trends and every other major release, to
    be become one of best records released this year. In many ways it seems
    to be Yeezus done right, while the rest reaks of raw undiluted metaphors
    and lyrical skill. But where Yeezus and Magna Carta Holy Grail failed,
    My Name Is My Name gets it so right. Pusha T has undoubtedly cemented
    himself as a true quality driven artist with this EP.



    Every track feels carefully thought out and is mechanically sound,
    while all featured artists are utilized to their max potential,
    enhancing both the mood and style of the album. (Especially Kendrick
    Lamar on Nostalgia) All of the beats are both creative, while still
    folding into the album nicely. Particular Stand outs include those done
    by the Neptunes and Good Music.

    Pusha T is quite effective at painting a lifestyle good bad turned to
    artist hungry to reach the top of the game. While Yeezy, excellent
    production serves as a suitable back drop. The different between this
    and Yeezus, however is that Pusha T, truly retains the lyrical ability
    to back it up.

    It is difficult not to reap this album enormous praise, when it so perfectly delivers on exactly what was promised.



    Perhaps the only real “issue” with this EP are the questionable
    additions of MC; “Big Sean” and “2 Chainz” neither of which can even
    come close to holding their own lyrically with Pusha. Both of their
    versus feel unintentionally awkward and funny on and all but
    introspective and fascinating album.

    Yet, neither of them are truly enough to detract from the album as a whole.

    Surely, a classic in the making.

    a 4.5 out of 5