What happens when G.O.O.D. Music and MMG, the two most currency-obsessed labels in the game, get together? If you guessed “a song about money,” you win absolutely nothing, because duh. On the new street single off Pusha T's forthcoming pre-album mixtape, Southside and Ricobeats serve up a bombastic brass instrumental as the Virginia Beach repper boasts of the Millions he's got stashed away in his ceiling. (Which sort of defeats the purpose of hiding them there—but let's not overthink things.) Maybach general Ricky Rozay rhymes about his own ill-gotten gains on the middle verse. Watch for Wrath of Caine to drop digitally later this year, prior to the (currently-unscheduled) release of studio debut My Name Is My Name.
Update: Click "Watch Video" above or scroll down to view Pusha's Samuel Rogers-directed Millions visual.
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