new music: Pusha T

It’s safe to say that back in September, when Pusha T announced he was delaying the release of his mixtape, Fear of God, there were a fair few left disappointed. Around the same time, this particular half of the Clipse machine signed on with Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music label, a logical continuation of the guest spots Pusha had enjoyed both at intimate Kanye gigs and on entries in the G.O.O.D. Friday series. There was occasional murmurs that the man even had the tendency to steal the show on certain songs; his flawless verses in “Christian Dior Denim Flow” and “Looking for Trouble” immediately spring to mind.
The time has come, though, for Pusha T to remind everybody that not all that long ago it was he, and Clipse, who were taking the hip-hop scene by storm, cementing their legacy with 2006’s genre-defining Hell Hath No Fury.
Fear of God
includes “My God”, already circulating the blogosphere, containing ruminations on, well, what makes Pusha T so great, basically. I’m not arguing.
The entire thing is now available for stream/download over at Grooveshark, or various other ports of call, which our tech-savvy generation will doubtless have no problem locating.

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