Although he took a tap at us and tweetd that he wasn’t exactly feeling Fear Of God, Odd Future’s Tyler, The Creator managed to make it out to Pusha T.’s video shoot for “My God” which is currently being shot in L.A. by video director Nabil Elderkin. Over the weekend, Pusha T. was in his hometown of Virginia to sign copies of Fear Of God at Cream Boutique. Watch the meet-and-greet below.
Fear Of God Signing
Pusha T. has been Interviewed by The Breakfast Club where he revealed that The Neptunes track ‘Raid’ has already been finished before he got it for his mixtape, so it is safe to say that ‘Raid’ is a leftover off 50 Cent’s third studio album ‘Curtis’ from 2007 because that was the time The Neptunes have had studio sessions with Fifty. 50 Cent told VIBE that he has unreleased material that he recorded with Kanye West, Will.I.Am, Pharrell, Swizz Beatz and Polow Da Don that never saw the light of day. “I’ve gone in the studio with Kanye West, Will.I.Am, Pharrell, Swizz Beatz and Polow Da Don,” says 50 of some of the tracks he has worked on.
“I wanted to see if they could provide a new creative direction that would send me somewhere I would never go. We made some good music, but at the time the songs were not what I felt like I should present.” When asked why he was hesitant in the past to drop such left-field material, 50 explained, “I don’t think people were ready for that. I think my audience wanted to just hear a good record and have a good time.
They didn’t want to hear anything that was so complex that they had to think about what I was actually saying to them. I got records in the house that the fans would bug out on.” Pusha has also been Interviewed by DJ Whoo Kid where he talked about the difference working between Kanye West & Pharrell (04:10) And they also discussed The Neptunes track ‘Come N’ Get It feat. Clipse’ off Travis Barker’s Mixtape ‘Let The Drummer Get Wicked (2011)’ at (07:30), thanks to flipbundlez.
Pusha T. x DJ Whoo Kid Interview
Pusha T. – Raid feat. Pharrell & 50 Cent (11′)
The Benny Benassi track is primed for the big arenas and clubs although the video showcases a lighter side to Chris Brown. The video begins with Breezy and his dance crew The Rejectz darting about on self propelled scooters before switching to various shots of Brown showing off his new song to a bevy of his famous friends including Bow Wow, Nelly, Estelle, Omarion, Timbaland, Game, Brandy, Pharrell Williams (At 1:02), Swizz Beats, T-Pain and others.
Landing a recording contract on Mercury/IDJ Records soulful crooner, John West, is ready to make his mark in the music industry. Matching subtle snares and strings with his passionate voice, John is heating up radio with the Christian Rich-produced record, “Lovely.” With additional verses from G.O.O.D. Music’s Pusha T., this jam is sure to stay on repeat. Look out for John West’s debut album this summer.
Complex.com have spent the last few weeks tirelessly talking to Push, trying to get his thoughts on everything from rolling with G.O.O.D. Music, to what they thought about Consequence accusing him of biting lyrics, and squashing his beef with Lil’ Wayne. But when it comes to Pusha (and by extension, Clipse) the most important thing has always been the music. An intricate lyricist with a vicious delivery, Pusha’s verses are something special. That’s why Complex.com just had to get him to break down all of his classic records. They even managed to get the true story behind his verse on We Got It For Cheap Vol. 2’s “Hate It Or Love It,” how most of the beats on Hell Hath No Fury were meant for Jay-Z, and how HHNF is better than Purple Rain. (/Me Goes Listening To Hell Hath No Fury)
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