Video: Pusha T Speaks On Recording ‘Pain’ With Kanye West & Future

Pusha T continues his conversation with Semtex and in this clip, he breaks down how his new single ‘Pain’ came about and talks about the studio session with Kanye West and Future. He also touches on his ‘Exodus 23:1’ and how it started a back and forth with Young Money.

Previously: Pusha T Says He Recorded 20 Verses for Cruel Summer (Video)


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12 Responses to “Video: Pusha T Speaks On Recording ‘Pain’ With Kanye West & Future”

  1. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Honey Lips Louis Says:
    October 29th, 2012 at 4:10 pm

    Sadly Fat Joe is totally irrelevant – applaud dude for getting his label to pay for these lavish features tho, Jesus Christ.
    ^^^

    Nah, I bet those artists aren’t really charging Joe.

    He’s a legend.

  2. Honey Lips Louis Says:

    STFU Pusher T.

  3. Bones Jackson Says:

    Nah, I bet those artists aren’t really charging Joe.

    He’s a legend.

    ^^

    How is he a legend? Only in New York?

  4. harlem world Says:

    i refuse to believe pushas album is coming out

    one of the best in the game lyrically

  5. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    cBc on Fat Joe’s legend status

  6. harlem world Says:

    fat joe is a legend to puerto ricans named angel

  7. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    How is he a legend? Only in New York?
    ^^^^

    He’s the only relevant Latino rapper in the game.

    Where’s Kid Frost & Mellow Man Ace? Where’s Cypress Hill or Funkdoobiest (or whatever they were called)?

    Joe has a long list of hit records & gets respect across the board.

    In fact, he’s one of the few rappers from his era still able to put music out.

  8. harlem world Says:

    is fat joe a legend, is almost as divisive as nas vs jay in the c section

  9. big_seth Says:

    Fat Joe is a legend.

    But I don’t fuck with his music. Ever.

  10. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Pusha T is one of the illest lyricists in the game right now.

    But he doesn’t have a story, there’s nothing there for the listener to really relate to. He needs a story.

    With Malice there, they played off of each other but alone, you see how devoid of personality Pusha can be.

    The album needs to be 80% features in order to move substantial units.

  11. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Fat Joe was one of the first to come out & openly support Prodigy gay rappers.

    Legendary.

  12. sb Says:

    rap beef these days is so fucking cornball. of course i dont want to see anyone shot up, but i miss the classic beef stuff. these dudes now are sooo fraudulent. they dont live the life they speak of, its just completely commercial.

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