Pusha T and JAY-Z join.
As he gears up for his new album, King Push reunites with King Hov on their new collaboration, “Neck & Wrist.” The resplendent monitor finds two of hip-hop’s most revered MCs spitting “God degree” raps over a Pharrell-produced beat.
“They put me on lists with these ni**as inexplicably / I put your mansion on my wall, are you shittin’ me? / I blew hen cash / Y’all speaking Twitter feed,” raps JAY-Z, who bought TIDAL to former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey.
He goes on to reference Biggie and their ill-fated supergroup on his verse. “They like, ‘If Huge was alive, Hov wouldn’t be on this place’ / If Huge would’ve survived, y’all would have gotten The Fee,” he provides earlier than declaring, “Hov was gon’ at all times be Hov.”
That is the primary collaboration between the 2 since 2016’s “Drug Sellers Nameless.” Additionally they labored collectively on 2010’s “So Appalled” for Kanye West’s My Lovely Darkish Twisted Fantasy.
“Neck & Wrist” arrives forward of Pusha’s long-awaited album, the follow-up to 2018’s Daytona, which was govt produced by The Neptunes and Kanye. In February, he dropped the Ye and 88 Keys-produced single “Food plan Coke.”
“There’s no album that’s higher than mine this 12 months,” Pusha instructed Complicated.
Moreover, Pusha will be heard on Nigo’s new album I Know NIGO!