Video: Pusha T – Wrath of Caine (Mixtape Trailer)

Yeah, they’re might be a coke reference or two on this tape, what do you think?

Related: Push recently spoke to the Village Voice about the mixtape, Grammy noms and more:

So who’s your favorite rapper right now at this exact moment?
Favorite rapper? Jay-Z. No wait. I take that back. Andre 3000 is my favorite rapper right now.

Previously: Pusha T – Wrath of Caine (Mixtape Artwork)


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8 Responses to “Video: Pusha T – Wrath of Caine (Mixtape Trailer)”

  1. The Shot Clock Says:

    No wait. I take that back.

    ^

    smart move.

  2. Harlem World Says:

    Pusha lyrics > Kanye lyrics

    Kanye songs > Pusha songs

  3. why? Says:

    I cringed when the pac track came on. I think Christoph waltz and Jamie foxx killed all the dudes that had a price on their heads, Leo’s death was inevitable, and Sam Jackson was the last villain to live. He wasn’t the main villain.

  4. The Shot Clock Says:

    I cringed when the pac track came on. I think Christoph waltz and Jamie foxx killed all the dudes that had a price on their heads, Leo’s death was inevitable, and Sam Jackson was the last villain to live. He wasn’t the main villain.

    ^

    yea the movie all around was jsut mad tacky and amateurish to me. all the rap tracks seemed out of place and silly.

    yea they were bounty hunters i get that. but as far as jamie being some sort of black hero, to me you gotta fight the white power structure and Leo embodied that- as you say he is the main villian. but the face off was really between leo and the dentist – the two real powerful ppl of the film…you gotta look close at this shit, jamie never really challenges the power of eithr of them besides a few slick lines.

    sam jack and jamie squared off…sam was jamie’s real villian – the two subordinates characters.

    shit is deep man. black folk going for the okeydoke though

  5. das Says:

    When is this dropping?

  6. The Shot Clock Says:

    and again jamie offers little to no help to the other slaves. especially at the end when he looked at them dudes in the cage and did nothing. i was like “hell nah, only a white dude could write some shit like this”

  7. Harlem World Says:

    autotune being back in fashion >>>>

  8. why? Says:

    yea they were bounty hunters i get that. but as far as jamie being some sort of black hero, to me you gotta fight the white power structure and Leo embodied that- as you say he is the main villian. but the face off was really between leo and the dentist – the two real powerful ppl of the film…you gotta look close at this shit, jamie never really challenges the power of eithr of them besides a few slick lines.

    ^
    Tarentino the other day was saying Roots to him was a corny portrayal of slavery. I guess the whole point of django after he was freed was to just get his wife and that’s it. He killed some white folks along the way and got his girl but the film at the end was just entertainment. You don’t hear nobody saying they learned something from the film. Sure, it was a success for the studio but Nosign white directors tackling the topic of slavery.

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