The El Presidente of G.O.O.D. Music reminded fans last night [Monday, July 11] why Kanye West appointed him as the head honcho of his music empire. A mixture of new lyrical craftmanship with classic timeless art, Pusha T was a knockout for fans at B.B. Kings in Times Square who wanted to hear authentic, genuine Hip Hop while catering to the trap music fanatics.
With Hot 97’s Funkmaster Flex on the 1’s and 2’s to get the crowd warmed up, King Push gave us a night of lyricism, showmanship and fan appreciation with the abundance of dope music he possesses in his impressive catalog.
Pusha was able to start the show off performing dope, deep cuts from his latest project, Darkest Before Dawn. As the night went on, he brought fans down memory lane by performing hits that personified his Virginia roots. Throughout the night, he replaced the word “fans” with another term that had the crowd feel like home, which was “family.”
VA’s finest had the crowd go bananas with classic hits such as “Don’t Like,” “Mercy” and “New God Flow.”
Pusha was able to send his fans off on a high note by showcasing witty wordplay from his new hit single, “Drug Dealers Anonymous.” There was no surprise JAY Z sighting unfortunately, but Pusha delivered flawlessly. He also put icing on the cake to a successful night by announcing his new project, coming out this fall.