Pusha T. and Noah Callahan-Bever return for the second installment of the My Name Is My Name Documentary Series. While hanging in Jamaica, Pusha illustrates the difference between the music he’s into versus the music his fans know him for. They discuss Pusha’s Clipse days, run-ins with the law, and his relationship with his brother Malice.

Pusha T.’s ‘My Name Is My Name’ Documentary Part 1

In anticipation of his highly-awaited solo debut album, Pusha T. dipped out to Jamaica to shoot a music video for his single ‘Blocka‘. While out there he was joined by Complex Magazine‘s capo, Noah Callahan-Bever, for an exclusive interview. The Mass Appeal alum chops it up with Push as they discuss a myriad of topics, all while traversing through the back blocks of Jamaica.

Little did we know that COMPLEX’s EIC Noah Callahan-Bever was riding shotgun with Pusha T. during his recent trip to Jamaica. While Pyrex shot his “Blocka” video, NCB was able to get some candid interview moments with G.O.O.D Music’s own blow dealer. In part 1, Push opens up about making sure he steps out of Virginia during his career just to show his hometown brethren that the rap world expands way past the state’s borders.

Look out for multiple parts to be released leading up to the release of My Name Is My Name. “I’m not making any music that has me stepping out of my zone.” Push illustrates the fame of Pharrell Williams and Kanye West as well as articulates his relationship with them and where his presence fits into the fold. He states, “My job is to keep bringing this hot shit to table, and to keep letting them know what’s hot out there.”

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