Pusha is out here pushing his new remix of “No Flex Zone” available after the jump.
Following the release of its 2nd delivery for Summer 2014, Play Cloths has followed up with a new set of visuals featuring a closer look at its Major League capsule collection. With the 2014 baseball season underway, Major League takes inspiration from America’s past time combined with divine trinity of “Kingpins, Gods and Messiahs” placed across a selection of well-constructed athletic basics. The extended look book features Pharrell’s newest i am OTHER artist, BIA. Check out a few of the looks in the gallery, then head to PC’s online store to cop now!
According to Future, the was a lot of reluctance when it came to adding a verse to his single, “Move That Dope,” from Pharrell. Check out why after the jump.
CNN’s Bill Weir got a hold of Virginia’s Clipse. In a documentary, both No Malice and Pusha T describe there early beginnings in Virginia Beach, influences, and their abrupt ending as Clipse. Check it out after the jump.
Teyna Taylor drops her new song “Maybe” featuring Pusha T and Yo Gotti. she is currently working on a new project. Listen below.
Pusha T sat down with the infamous Larry King to talk about a few close friends including Pharrell and Kanye West, the controversial topic of gay rappers, and much more! Check out clips of the ‘Larry King Now’ interview below.
Soon after the release of My Name is My Name, Pusha T blessed our ears with the sweet serenade news of a new piece of work in the making. The, “Who I Am” talent talks to HipHopDX about taking some extra time to work on King Push.
I’m not rushing it, and I’m not forcing it. Everybody knows I took like a month off of touring and everything to go to Miami and get with Pharrell and Chad,” he says. “I’m taking my time. King Push is a proclamation of where I feel that I am in Rap. I feel I’m at a king level—a “crown me” level of Rap. I feel like My Name Is My Name really proved that, and I’m not gonna rush it. I’m just gonna put it together properly, so when it drops, it will be everything that it’s supposed to be.”
Check out more on what Pusha has on the the way down bottom.
Apart of the many classic and nostalgic moments that took place this past Coachella, Skateboard P decided to keep the surprises coming through his set, by bringing out another VA native! With a trippy Tech set behind him, Pharrell brought out Pusha T and the two greats performed their ‘Grindin’ anthem, watch the clip below.