One of Hip Hop’s most coveted, concept projects is undoubtedly Raekwon The Chef’s debut album Only Built 4 Cuban Linx, which features the Wu Tang Clan’s most visible member Ghostface Killah.

On this day in 1995, Rae and Ghost dropped the RZA-powered album that is affectionately known as the “Purple Tape”, which inspired an entire generation of emcees whose content would be laden with unbreakable code lingo and street corner ethics that only like minds could relate to.

Pusha T is one of those minds.

The Bronx born/Virginia raised lyricist delves into the impact that the Purple tape had on his hustle as well as his career all while giving his descriptive commentary in his old stomping grounds in Tidewater, Virginia.