Pusha-T Shares Footage From “If You Know You Know” Video Shoot
Pusha-T is in album mode, with the release of his new LP, Daytona, which dropped on May 25. It looks like we will be getting the first visual off the project sooner than later.
Sunday night (May 27), the Virginia lyricist shared some behind-the-scenes footage from the making of the video for the album's intro track, "If You Know You Know," on his Instagram story. In the footage, the rapper appears to be in the desert rapping next to a white Ferrari. There is also a cop car in the background. A drone can be seen hovering nearby capturing footage from above as King Push spits his lines.
Pusha's reignited beef with Drake was the talk of the weekend, after Drizzy returned fire from the Clipse rhymer's "Infrared" track with his own "Duppy Freestyle" diss. Hip-hop weighed in on Drizzy's clap back with a number of rhymers saying Drake snapped. Pusha-T's own brother called the song good for hip-hop.
While many are stuck on the beef, and wondering if P will respond, others are crediting Pusha with putting out a classic musical offering including Nas and Diddy. The album has seen its bit of controversy as well, however. The album art, which is a 2006 photo of Whitney Houston's drug-riddled bathroom, has angered the family of the late singer.
Check out the snippet from Pusha-T's upcoming "If You Know You Know" video below.
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