As more and more rappers rely on gimmicks and publicity stunts to gain traction in the game, Pusha T shits all over a lesser rapper's marketing scheme with straight bars that surely make the ghost of Christophar Wallace proud. With Biggie's voice sampled in the Timbabland produced "Untouchable," Pusha Ton lays lyrical slaughter and director Harrison Boyce  provides gritty visuals for the equally gritty song. Forget the club scenes and money counters, Pusha provides a breath of fresh air with pure talent and convincing verbal imagery. Riding in the backseat of a Rolls Royce with his childhood friend Mu, Push keeps us up to date with his latest ventures and reminds listeners that he even though he hasn't sold weight in years, the hustler's ambition never dies.

Pusha's King Push album is easily one of the most anticipated projects on the horizon. During an event in New York City last week and revealed some exciting details about the album and other moves he has in the works. Along with King Push, the Clipse member also has another album in the stash and said that King Push serves as a “prelude” to the next album. Producers on King Push include Kanye West, J. Cole, Q-Tip, Diddy, Boi-1da and Timbaland (who is responsible for “Untouchable”). Features include Future, Beanie Sigel, Kehlani, Jill Scott and The-Dream.

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