Pusha T + Jay Z Trade Money Laundering Raps On 'Drug Dealers Anonymous'
G.O.O.D. Music‘s president and resident street pharmacist, Pusha T, is back with another banger that is currently the number one trend in New York on Twitter. It is no secret that Push has been trapping out the bando for years now, as one half of Virgina’s street hustling crew, The Clipse and as, Ziplock P, the de facto master of the white girl. Now, the world has their collective noses opened wide for a new track, “Drug Dealers Anonymous,” featuring a rejuvenated-sounding Jay Z.
Pusha T has shared his appreciation for the Marcy Avenue (former) drug kingpin throughout the years. Whether it was sampling “A Million and One Questions/Rhyme No More” on “Numbers on the Boards” or referring to himself as “the new Jay Z” on the “No Flex Zone” remix, Pusha T finally has his first ever collaboration with the Roc Nation chief without other guests (the two joined Kanye West, Swizz Beatz, RZA and Cyhi the Prynce on “So Appalled”).
The latter has been enjoying a resurgence as of late with his wife using him as the muse for her surprise album, Lemonade. He later would go on to reappear alongside former enemy, Fat Joe, and Remy Ma on the “All The Way Up” remix. Now, with Pusha T’s third album King Push seeming on the way, the Virginia veteran is feeding fans with this DJ Dahi-produced cut. As the two share their cocaine and money laundering raps for the audience to digest, this line stands out and quickly made quick-fingered Google searchers get on their job.
‘Google me baby, you crazy
’89 in London pull the Benz up
Type it in, Google’s your friend bruh’ pic.twitter.com/EDuqpS355C
— Boogie Bousins (@bansky) June 1, 2016
With the King Push album still without a set release date or track list, Pusha T is already drumming up hype by promising the project would debut on Tidal. Listen to the track while it is still available and share your thoughts on the single’s artwork in our comments section.
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