Ben Baller, celebrity jeweler (currently), formerly a lot of cool jobs and things just released his first reality webisode series where he ices out an old school “Benz” chain for Pusha T. The series went from being a FUSE network reality show, to being cut, to being back in the loop, to having MTV in the mix, then MTV dropping out, and then Electus and Google to finally being the suitors. Take a look at the sizzle reel and first episode with Fabolous he pitched to those above production companies above a few years ago:
One of the smoothest tracks Tarius Nash has ever put out official has visuals.
Yo’ chick, she so thirsty ..
Pusha Ton is in Norfolk City to film his visuals to his Drake diss track “Exodus 23:1.”
As long as Pusha Ton puts quotes from The Nature Boy, Ric Flair, I’m good.
I’ll tell you guys one thing that’s for certain: A lot of rappers aren’t feelin‘ Drake. At all. I’m a fan of Drizzy’s and he’s certainly put out some hits but a lot of rappers who’ve been in the game for a long time don’t like his approach to hip hop, they think it’s too soft for what they’ve built. Maybe they’re right, but the times are also changing. When Common dropped the single “Sweet” from his latest album The Dreamer/The Believer, a few of his lyrics were interpreted as a jab at Drake:
“Yall n*ggas man, y’all soft motherf*ckers/Singing all around me man, la la la/ You ain’t motherf*cking Frank Sinatra/Uh, lil’ bitch…./Sweet ass motherf*cker.” ..
During a recent show in Las Vegas, Drake reportedly reacted to Common’s jab, saying, “I might sing, but I ain’t no bitch. If Common got something to say, say it to my face.”
Well, Drake’s manager (Noah Shebib) took it to his Twitter account when he first heard the diss:
In hip hop, this is out it goes: If guys hear something on a song and feel like it’s about them, then it usually is. You know what you do and how you sing or whatever the case may be, but I understand how it can come to somewhat of a surprise when it’s a diss out of nowhere (what’s up with Pusha T not liking Drake, anyway?). Common is a real rapper so I was actually kind of shocked when he decided to throw that out there. Is it because Drizzy’s on top or because he was with Serena Williams at one point? Who knows. Common Sense is my guy though so I ride with his music before I do Drake’s. Peep the video after the jump to see Common address the situation on Sway in the Morning.
In celebration of the Play Clothes Holiday 2011 look book and collection, Pusha T puts together a dope compilation of some new, and some old tracks with himself and affiliates. Take a look at their new collection of gear and take a listen to the beats and rhymes.
1. Don’t Fuck With Me (Feat. Pusha T)
2. Ima Boss Freestyle (Feat. Pusha T & Liva Don)
3. Tony Montana Freestyle (Feat. Pusha T)
4. Might Healthy Freestyle (Feat. Curt@!n$)
5. She Will Freestlye (Feat. Liva Don)
6. Ni**as In Paris Freestyle (Fat Trel)
7. Oooh (Feat. Hodgy Beats, Pusha T, Liva Don & Tyler, The Creator)
8. Welcome to the Life (Feat. M. Watts)
9. I Shot Ya Freestyle (Feat. Curt@!n$)
10. Pesos Freestyle (Feat. Pusha T)
After spending the weekend in New York, what’s better to come home to than seeing your favorite rapper skimmin’ across the the crystal blue waters that’s protected by the the Port of Miami — topless, mind you — with a couple bad Brazilian chicks? If that’s “work,” then I’m in the wrong profession.
And to keep you in Meek Mill mode, check out his new cameo in Noreaga’s music video for Scared Money after the jump. Pusha T is also involved…
We’re all well aware by now that this is easily the most free-styled song of the year. First off, Pusha Ton killed this one. Second of all, is there anything iller than this dude dressed in all black sitting on a white couch with a Jessica Biel look alike? Didn’t think so.
If the G.O.O.D. Music group album is on par as Good Fridays – the album will be at least a 4/5. There’s too much talent and with Yeezy orchestrating, the group can’t mess up. They got Ye, CuDi, Common, Pusha T, Mr. Hudson, Big Sean, John Legend, Mos Def, and Teyana Taylor. They’re like the Dallas Mavericks of this rap shit! One big superstar and a whole lot of above good talent around him!