Pusha T ft. Ab-Liva - Suicide

Posted 2 years ago
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Pharrell Williams
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It might seem like it was ages ago, but really it’s only been a few months since Pusha T was the toast of the town with his solo debut, My Name Is My Name. The calender may have flipped, but Pusha’s ability to shake things up certainly hasn’t. Now, four months removed from the album releases, Pusha releases a video for the standout cut, Suicide. The edgy, snake-filled, black and white visual matches the cold, ruthless vibe of the track perfectly. Lurking in the shadows, Pusha attacks the dripping Pharrell Williams with his knifing, brash flow. His guest, Re-Up Gang member Ab-Liva, finishes the job with a bare-knuckled, pounding approach. Be sure to grab My Name Is My Name (if you haven’t already) and check out Pusha’s last Booth appearance on the star-studded TKO (Remix).

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