The G.O.O.D Music rapper’s highly anticipated tape has been released. Pusha proved himself on the label’s collaborative album Cruel Summer and on other tracks such as “Amen” and “New God Flow”, so fans were apprehensive to see what he could bring to this project.
“Millions” dropped a while back, the track with Rick Ross creates a strong foundation for the tape, Southside has a heavy influence in making the track – the producer comes out with a hard beat which suits both Pusha and Rozay perfectly. “Doesn’t Matter” featuring French Montana is one of the weaker tracks from the tape, even though the collaboration makes it more appealing. “Blocka” follows and matches the Jamaican influence shown in the intro; Pusha’s vocals are versatile, he can even go in on a slow-paced Young Chop beat. Pusha T is becoming better and better by every track, album or mixtape that he is making. “Revolution” comes next, which sounds similar to “Exodus 23:1”, but as he raps through where he’s comes from and how he’s come up, we see a slightly changed and mature rapper come through the beat. The last strong track on the tape is “Liva” featuring his Re-Up Gang that features in many lyrics, notably in his track “Raid” with 50 Cent and Pharrell, Pusha raps “Re-Up Gang with the G-Unit”. But in this track, Pusha lets his gang take control and go loose on a track; they don’t disappoint. Virginia, stand up.
Check out the tape, give it a listen. Enjoy.