After a successful debut with 2013’s “My Name is My Name,” Pusha T flows through tracks from his latest effort “Darkest Before Dawn”
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Name on his discarded Blockbuster card: Terrence Thornton
Where you first met Pusha T: as half of the critically acclaimed rap duo Clipse
Pusha T’s forte: gritty rhymes about life on the mean streets, hissed, purred, and spat with swagger and authority
Superstar collaborators: The Neptunes, Rick Ross, Tyler the Creator, and last but definitely not least, Kanye West
My Name is My Name: Pusha T’s critically acclaimed first full-length solo LP, which dropped in 2013 and featured guests appearances from Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, and Chris Brown
His latest: 2015’s Darkest Before Dawn, which has been dubbed a prelude to the rapper’s much-anticipated King Push set to drop later this year
Standout track: “M.P.A.” featuring Yeezy, A$AP Rocky, The-Dream, and more than four million views since landing on Youtube on New Year’s Day.