2015-11-12T21:03:32+00:00 2015-11-12T21:03:32+00:00

Pusha T is not lying when he calls himself "Untouchable"

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It has already been a year since Pusha T unleashed the futuristic "Lunch Money" on the world, which for all intents and purposes was the last time we have heard from him musically. Over the past few months, the Virginia rapper has focused his attention on his other ventures, notably fashion. However, last week it was announced that Pusha would be named the next President of G.O.O.D. Music and he has continued to promise that the highly anticipated sequel to My Name Is My Name would arrive soon. Well it looks like King Push is still on the horizon and he is ready to throw his hat back in the ring in a major way.

Pusha's latest single, "Untouchable," will have fans of his lyrical drug talk clamoring for his album. It is a tour de force of everything that makes Pusha stand out from the rest of the crowd. From the dark, crawling Timbaland production, to the Notorious B.I.G. sample, the entire record screams menacing street corner activity. This is his niche and at this stage of the game no one in the game does it better. When you see "Pusha," you know coke talk, but his bars hit from so many angles. 

Right from the beginning, Pusha acknowledges his absence and gives a solid reason for his abrupt disappearance. "I drop every once in a blue moon to separate myself from you kings of the Youtube/I am more U2/I am like Bono with the Edge in Mexico." He is not going to buy into the hype that some rappers do or start video blogging, but just keep you enthralled in his cocaine cowboy fairy tales. True to his word, he released it on G.O.O.D. Music's website, which forced listeners to hold down the mouse to play the full song; thereby, forcing his audience to stay still and really listen to what he is saying. 

You should definitely give this song a listen above or go to the link provided below to get the full experience. "Untouchable" is a top tier track, even for Pusha. He comes out swinging on this record, King Push can not come soon enough.

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Hip-Hop · Rap · Soul-Hop

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