Jadakiss and Pusha-T Link Up for 'Ignatius' Third Single "Hunting Season"
Ignatius arrives next Friday, February 21.
On Friday, Jadakiss dropped the third single from his forthcoming sixth solo album. “Hunting Season,” featuring Pusha T, comes just a week before the album’s release on Def Jam.
In October 2019, Kiss dropped the album’s first single, “Me.” In late January, he dropped “Kisses to the Sky.” The latter features Rick Ross and Emanny.
“Hunting Season” finds Jada sticking to the theme to an almost concerning level. Stream the track above to hear him lament over his broken crossbow and flaunt his “old school bear traps for the bigger niggas.”
This April, Jadakiss will reunite with The Lox, who’ll join Nas, DMX, and Gang Starr for the “Gods of Rap II” tour. From April 23 to 25, they’ll hit Manchester Arena, The O2, and Birmingham Arena in the United Kingdom.
As always, Pusha-T comes correct on the feature. He starts his verse with boasts about being in good standing with rap connoisseurs as well as the IRS. Additionally, there are his signature thinly-veiled shots that could rub quite a few rappers the wrong way.
“The greatest rapper with the least sold, no repo,” he quips. “The taxman ain’t at my peephole, here’s a kilo. To the Victor goes the spoils like I’m Oladipo. All the record label cheat codes, none for me though.”
Aside from the rap game, Pusha continues to diversify his bonds. On New Year’s Eve, his ramen restaurant Kitsuen opened its doors in Washington, D.C.