Pusha T And Consequence Squash Their Beef For Kanye West’s Upcoming Album
Pusha T and Consequence have put their beef aside to work on Kanye West's upcoming LP.
“All G.O.O.D. in 2015,” said Cons while speaking with Hip-Hop Wired. “Pusha [T] and I deaded everything and we creatively vibed with Kanye for this new LP.” Consequence spent the past week in a Los Angeles studio, where he and Push "put aside" their differences.
It's good to see the Queens rapper and Pusha work together despite their past differences. The beef started in 2011 after Con called out Pusha T's "My God," claiming the Virginia native stole his flow and lyrics. Consequence later released “The Plagiarist Society,” dissing both Pusha and Kanye West. From there the two would send jabs back and forth on wax and on Twitter. Later that year, Consequence went on MTV's Rap Fix to announce that his feuds with Kanye, Pusha and G.O.O.D. Music was done. A collaboration between the two was still unexpected. However, Kanye West's highly anticipated upcoming album is a good enough reason to squash the beef.
We can add this to the list of things we know about Kanye's upcoming LP. So far we've heard two tracks, "Only One" featuring Paul McCartney and Rihanna's "FourFiveSeconds" featuring 'Ye and the legendary Beatle. Kanye debuted the visual to "Only One" featuring his daughter North West on The Ellen Degeneres Show and it's the most adorable video on the planet. The LP is still untitled and Mr. McCartney is not co-producing the entire album.