Pusha T- "M.P.A. (feat. The-Dream, Kanye West & A$AP Rocky)" (Music Video)

Pusha T has revealed a dope music video for his song, "M.P.A." The video features cameos from all the featured artists except Kanye West. Check out the video above to see Pusha T, The-Dream, and A$AP Rocky chill with a lot of beautiful women on a video set.


Videos: Pusha T- "M.F.T.R. (feat. The-Dream)" [Music Video] x "Crutches, Crosses, Caskets" [Music Video] x "Darkest Before Dawn" [Short Film}

Pusha T has not wasted any time promoting his latest project—Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude. He has released music videos for "M.F.T.R." and "Crutches, Crosses, Caskets." He also released a short film for the project and you can check it all out above.


Tracklist: Pusha T- 'Darkest Before Dawn'

1. “Intro”
2. “Untouchable” (prod. By Timbaland)
3. “M.F.T.R.” (Feat. The-Dream) (prod. by Boi-1da and Frank Dukes)
4. “Crutches, Crosses, Caskets” (prod. by Diddy)
5. “M.P.A.” (Feat. Kanye West, A$AP Rocky & The-Dream) (prod. by J. Cole)
6. “Got Em Covered” (Feat. Ab-Liva)
7. “Keep Dealing” (Feat. Beanie Sigel)
8. “Retribution” (Feat. Kehlani)
9. “F.I.F.A.” (prod. by Q-Tip)
10. “Sunshine” (Feat. Jill Scott)

Dec. 18th.


Pusha T- "M.F.T.R. (feat. The-Dream)"

Pusha T is prepping the release of his newest project, Darkest Before Dawn, on December 18th. He has now revealed a new track from the project called "M.F.T.R." The song features The-Dream and stands for "more famous than rich." Push has got the heat on this one and sounds hungrier than ever. This should be a good one.


Pusha T- "Untouchable" (Music Video)

Pusha T has revealed the music video for his latest single, "Untouchable." Pusha T is prepping the release of his newest project—Darkest Before Dawn. "Untouchable" features a sample of Notorious B.I.G.'s verse from "Think Big" and, as usual, Pusha T murders this beat.

Darkest Before Dawn is set to be the prequel to Pusha's highly anticipated album, King Push—set to be released in spring of next year. This project will contain features from Kanye West, Diddy, A$AP Rocky, and more. DBD drops on December 18th, so stay tuned.


Pusha T Is The New President of G.O.O.D. Music

Pusha T has announced that Kanye West asked him to be the new president of G.O.O.D. Music. I think this is great news as Pusha T could definitely help other artists on the roster push their albums out—artists like CyHi the Prynce or Kacy Hill. Seeing as how Kanye hasn't been a perfect label-head, he could use the help. Check out Pusha T's interview with Billboard here.

A big congratulations are in order. Just got word that you will be the president of G.O.O.D. Music. How was the offer presented you?

Actually, I was flying home and I had just got into my car at the airport. ‘Ye had called me and he was like, “Tell me something. What do you think about being the president of G.O.O.D. Music?” And I was like, “Well, what are the things that you’re looking for?” And he was basically just like, to manicure the label, make it profitable and be very business-oriented about it going forward in a manicured type of way.

Should we still keep our hopes up for a Cruel Summer 2 LP or some type of G.O.O.D. Music compilation in the near future?

I have that on my mood board. [Laughs.] I definitely have that on my mood board. I’ve had different conversations with the artists. Me and the rest of the artists on G.O.O.D. are really a phone call away and we’re really dialed into the music aspect of it as well. It’s not a hard process and it’s gonna be cool to collaborate with my peers and then come to ‘Ye as an executive producer and be like, “Look at this fresh ass shit we got here.” I think we’ll be getting the best out of him, executive producing projects that come from the label from here on out because he gets to really hone in as a producer. I’ll take care of all the logistics, the rallying of the troops, and so on and so forth. He don’t gotta be producer, A&R, rapper and everything. We’re all here to help and facilitate. I’m definitely stepping up for the job.


The Summer Ends Festival Boasts Some Serious Headliners

This year's Summer Ends Festival in Tempe, Arizona kicks off on September 24th and runs through the weekend until September 27th. The final day of the festival boasts a serious hip-hop lineup as Kanye West, Travi$ Scott, Pusha T, Chance The Rapper and more all have sets that day. The four-day festival has even more dope artists on the lineup so you don't want to miss this. Get your tickets here and check the lineup above.


J. Cole Announces Act 2 and 3 of "Forest Hills Drive" Tour

J. Cole has announced the remaining tour dates for his "Forest Hills Drive" tour. Act 2 will take place overseas and feature Jhené Aiko, Pusha T, as well as Bas, Omen, and Cozz. Act 3 will take place in the popular, common US cities and will feature Big Sean, YG, Jeremih, as well as Bas, Omen, and Cozz. Check out the dates above and enjoy.


Pusha T- "Lunch Money" (Single Artwork)

Kanye West just tweeted the above tweet which featured a DONDA-created artwork for a new Pusha T song. The song is called "Lunch Money" and I assume this is the first single for Pusha T's upcoming album, King Push. This promotional format is very similar to how they rolled out "Numbers On the Board" from Pusha's last album, My Name Is My Name. Stay tuned for more info as I think we'll be getting a new song soon. Enjoy.


Rae Sremmurd- "No Flex Zone Remix (feat. Nicki Minaj & Pusha T)"

We frequently encounter those songs that we know we shouldn't like, but it's one of the catchiest things we've heard in a while. That's what "No Flex Zone" is for me, as I'm sure it is for a lot of you. The song is mad catchy and I find myself singing it all the time. Well Rae Sremmurd stuck to the script and remixed their hit to make it even hotter. Check out the remix featuring verses from Nicki Minaj and Pusha T above. Enjoy.


Pusha T (Tour Dates)

Pusha T is already joining 2 Chainz for his “2 Good to Be T.R.U. Tour,” but it looks like he’ll be doing his own tour at the same time. The dates below feature his dates with 2 Chainz and his separate dates. Enjoy.

01/28/14 Venue – Vancouver, BC
01/29/14 Marquee Room – Calgary, AB
01/30/14 Union Hall – Edmonton, AB
01/31/14 Telus Theatre – Montreal, QC
02/01/14 Barrymore’s Music Hall – Ottawa, ON
02/02/14 Danforth Music Hall – Toronto, ON
02/03/14 Marquee Ballroom – Halifax, NS
02/04/14 House of Blues - Boston, MA
02/05/14 Roseland Ballroom - New York, NY
02/06/14 Chicago Theatre - Chicago, IL
02/08/14 Eagles Ballroom - Milwaukee, WI
02/10/14 Ogden Theatre - Denver, CO
02/11/14 The Complex – Grand Room – Salt Lake City, UT
02/12/14 Revolution Event Center - Boise, ID
02/13/14 Showbox SoDo - Seattle, WA
02/18/14 Fox Theater - Oakland, CA
02/20/14 The Observatory OC - Santa Ana, CA
02/21/14 Hollywood Palladium - Hollywood, CA
02/22/14 The Joint - Las Vegas, NV
02/23/14 Club XS – Tucson, AZ
02/24/14 Club Red – Tempe, AZ
02/27/14 Midland Theatre - Kansas City, MO
02/28/14 Chaifetz Arena - St. Louis, MO
03/01/14 Egyptian Room at Old National Centre - Indianapolis, IN
03/02/14 Bank of Kentucky Center - Highland Heights, KY
03/04/14 Palace Theatre - Louisville, KY
03/06/14 Altar Bar – Pittsburgh, PA
03/07/14 Crofoot Ballroom – Pontiac, MI
03/08/14 Brick Street Bar – Oxford, OH
03/09/14 Center Stage – Atlanta, GA
03/12/14 La Hacienda Event Center - Midland, TX
03/13/14 South Side Ballroom - Dallas, TX
03/14/14 Bayou Music Center - Houston, TX
03/17/14 Jannus Live! - St. Petersburg, FL
03/18/14 The Fillmore at Jackie Gleason - Miami Beach, FL
03/20/14 The Fillmore Charlotte - Charlotte, NC
03/21/14 Landmark Theatre - Richmond, VA
03/22/14 Tower Theatre - Upper Darby, PA
05/30/14 Paris, France
05/31/14 Tilburg, Holland
06/01/14 Mojo, Hamburg, Germany
06/02/14 Gibson Room, Frankfurt, Germany
06/03/14 X-Tra, Zurich, Switzerland
06/04/14 Essigfabrik, Cologne, Germany
06/05/14 Vooruit, Gent, Belgium
06/06/14 Koko, London, UK


Top 40 Favorite Songs of 2013

I had originally intended for this list to include my top 25 favorite songs of the year, but after realizing that there were around 50 candidates, I decided to make it a top 40. These are my top 40 favorite songs from 2013, listed in order based on how much I enjoyed them, not their merit. Happy New Years everyone and here’s hoping that, musically, 2014 is as good to us as 2013 was. Enjoy.

  1. "Blood On The Leaves”- Kanye West, Yeezus
  2. “Wanderlust”- The Weeknd, Kiss Land
  3. "Let The Groove Get In”- Justin Timberlake, The 20/20 Experience: 1 of 2
  4. "Acid Rain”- Chance The Rapper, Acid Rap
  5. "Lose Yourself To Dance (feat. Pharrell)”- Daft Punk, Random Access Memories
  6. "Holy Holy (feat. BJ the Chicago Kid & Ab-Soul)”- Vic Mensa, INNANETAPE
  7. "Pusha Man (feat. Nate Fox & Lili K.)”- Chance The Rapper, Acid Rap
  8. “Nosetalgia (feat. Kendrick Lamar)”- Pusha T, My Name Is My Name
  9. "She Knows (feat. Amber Coffman)”- J. Cole, Born Sinner
  10. “Primetime (feat. Miguel)”- Janelle Monáe, The Electric Lady
  11. "Ghosts That We Knew”- Mumford & Sons, Babel
  12. "Drunk In Love (feat. Jay Z)”- Beyoncé, BEYONCÉ
  13. "Tears For ODB”- J. Cole, Truly Yours
  14. “Answer”- Tyler, The Creator, Wolf
  15. "Too Much (feat. Sampha)”- Drake, Nothing Was The Same
  16. “48 (feat. Nas & Frank Ocean)”- Tyler, The Creator, Wolf
  17. “Victory”- Janelle Monáe, The Electric Lady
  18. “Runaway”- J. Cole, Born Sinner
  19. "Worst Behavior”- Drake, Nothing Was The Same
  20. “Adaptation”- The Weeknd, Kiss Land
  21. "Part II (On The Run) (feat. Beyoncé)”- Jay Z, Magna Carta Holy Grail
  22. "Spaceship II (feat. GLC & Chance The Rapper)”- Alex Wiley, Club Wiley
  23. “IFHY (feat. Pharrell)”- Tyler, The Creator, Wolf
  24. "All Me (feat. 2 Chainz & Big Sean)”- Drake, Nothing Was The Same
  25. “Control (feat. Kendrick Lamar & Jay Electronica)”- Big Sean
  26. "U.O.E.N.O. (Remix)”- Black Hippy
  27. “Rusty (feat. Domo Genesis & Earl Sweatshirt)”- Tyler, The Creator, Wolf
  28. "World Ablaze (feat. James Fauntleroy)”- Big Sean, Hall Of Fame
  29. “Lit (feat. J. Cole & KQuick)”- Bas, Quarter Water Raised Me Vol. II
  30. "Too Early (feat. Gary Clark Jr.)”- The-Dream, IV Play
  31. "1 Train (feat. Kendrick Lamar, Joey Bada$$, Action Bronson, Yelawolf, Danny Brown & Big K.R.I.T.)”- A$AP Rocky, LONG.LIVE.A$AP
  32. "Somewhere In America”- Jay Z, Magna Carta Holy Grail
  33. "Chain Smoker”- Chance The Rapper, Acid Rap
  34. "Hopeless Wanderer”- Mumford & Sons, Babel
  35. "Electric Lady (feat. Solange)”- Janelle Monáe, The Electric Lady
  36. “Cabaret (feat. Drake)”- Justin Timberlake, The 20/20 Experience: 2 of 2
  37. "Girls Love Beyonce (feat. James Fauntleroy)”- Drake
  38. "Time Is Money (feat. Rockie Fresh)”- Vic Mensa, INNANETAPE
  39. "Change Me”- Justin Bieber
  40. “Immortal”- Kid Cudi, Indicud