While on The Life Is So Exciting tour, Fabolous and Pusha T took over the Mezzanine in SF. Both rocking the black-on-black looks, Pusha T makes an entrance in a black leather apron and starts off his set with “Grindin’” and it felt like it was 2002 all over again. As the night went on, some of the notable tracks he performed were “New God Flow”, “Numbers on the Board”, “Mercy” and Blocka” with a handful of other songs. Closing out the show, Fab commanded the audience with a live band in a custom black Brooklyn Nets jersey with printed white roses. Loso and King Push’s indirect chemistry being on tour together makes it seem like they can collaborate more and put out a worthwhile project. Pusha T’s highly anticipated debut album, My Name Is My Name is set to drop on July 16th.
The-Dream’s fifth studio LP, IV Play, is available to stream in its entirety for free courtesy of his VEVO channel. The 14-track LP, which features guest spots from Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Fabolous, 2 Chainz, Fabolous, Big Sean, Pusha T, Kelly Rowland, and more, arrives in stores and online May 28. However, you can stream the entire album today after the jump.
During the Phoenix stop of The Life Is So Exciting Tour, Pusha T sits down with Bootleg Kev to discuss his upcoming album My Name is My Name, staying consistent over the years, the differences of working with the Neptunes and Kanye West, the Clipse’s Exclusive Audio Footage album, how Rick Ross initially introduced him to Kanye West in Hawaii, the status of that mythical Clipse “reunion” album God As My Witness, Malice’s family life and more.
Fabolous joined in on the interview at one point and joined the discussion at certain points. Ending the interview with them speaking on Drake’s suggested attempt at bringing back Dada Supreme. You know… the behind-the-scenes picture that is spawning all those MEMEs that even Drakeappreciates? Yeah.
Dopeheads of the Bay Area: this Sunday (May 19th) Slander P and Loso’s The Life Is So Exciting Tour will touch down at The Mezzanine, and and the DopeHaus is giving its denizens a chance to win a pair of tickets, as well as a commemorative t-shirt. To win? Simple:
Enter your full, real name and legit email in the c-section down below where applicable (not in the comment itself, unless you want some random spam bot flooding your inbox for the next 50-11 years), and write “#Life” as your comment
and I’ll pick one person who has done both as the winner. It’s not that hard, right? Good luck. Check out the t-shirt down bottom.
Even though we’re still a good two and a half months from My Name Is My Name being released (July 16), Pusha Ton is alreay planning his Sophomore album. Speaking with Ask Men, Push revealed the next album will be titled King Push.
Ask Men: What else is on the horizon for you? Another G.O.O.D. Music compilation album? I really don’t know. I’m really on My Name Is My Name, and then my next album after that. I already got the whole mentality of it. I see it. It’s titled King Push. I don’t even think there’s going to be anybody on King Push.
I like that. No features. Zero.
No features eh? What do y’all think the likelihood of that actually happening is?