Part 3 of our exclusive sit-down with Pusha T.
In the final part of our three-part interview with Pusha T, whose new album My Name Is My Name, has been hailed as the best of its genre thus far in 2013, we get in-depth with the Virginia native about some touchy subjects. Rick Ross, his famed frequent collaborator, has been in the news for the better part of the last five years after photos and evidence of him being a corrections officer surfaced to the internet, yet Pusha T, a known former drug-dealer continues to show his support of the 305-rep, as they’ve now collaborated on their 4th Pusha T song in the past 4 years. Also, Pharrell lets loose with some interesting (and exciting) details about the rumored Clipse album that remains on the horizon, and gets personal on his relationship with his brother, Malice.
-Khari Nixon (@KingVanGogh)
“Kanye said, he’ll do it. Pharrell said, he’ll do it. Kanye even said, if Pharrell wants to do the whole thing, fine. He just wants it to come out.”
-Pusha T, on the working details of the new Clipse album.