By Cherise Johnson. Pusha T gave a lecture at Harvard University School Of Business on Thursday (March 31) at the Harvard Yard & Yenching Library addressing an array of topics followed by a 45-minute discussion with students. “It was an amazing experience hearing a Harvard professor recite my lyrics at this lecture thanks for having me @Harvard,” King Push captioned on an Instagram video of a professor reciting the lyrics to his “Momma I’m So Sorry” verse off Clipse’s 2006 album Hell Hath No Fury.
Since Push was appointed President of G.O.O.D Music November of last year one student asked him how he plans on using his new position to elevate the rap game. “I feel like it’s my job and my duty, as well, to help uplift the new creatives coming in,” the “Retribution” rapper said. Elsewhere in his lecture, Pusha T touched on other matters such as the glorification of drug dealing versus the reality, issues concerning the Black community and the importance of using music for not only redemption but for social justice among other points.
@HipHopRealEstate @harvard Lecture w/ @kingpush today. Being President of #GoodMusic what changes will you make for the upcoming generation and the rap game? The @harvard students were influenced by the life and times of #PushaT… @hhregrouporg #hhregroup #Youth #education #empowering #encourage
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