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With his first-week sales mark for his debut album, My Name Is My Name, coming in at a very respectable 75,000 (apprx) copies, Pusha T has successfully finished what has been a whirlwind, but nothing short of remarkable, three-year solo campaign, beginning with his work on Kanye West’s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy in summer/fall 2010. In part 1 of our exclusive interview with Pusha T in New York City, Pusha touched on the fact that he’s inspired by absolutely nothing, his album is the best rapped/produced album of the year, and his early relationship with Kanye West. In part 2, Pusha speaks on his relationship with Pharrell, recording with Kanye West, and what Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse meant to him. Enjoy.