Today, Pusha T will finally drop his mixtape Fear of God. We’ve spent the last few weeks tirelessly talking to Push, trying to get his thoughts on everything from rolling with G.O.O.D. Music, to what he thought about Consequence accusing him of biting lyrics, and squashing his beef with Lil Wayne. But when it comes to Pusha (and by extension, Clipse) the most important thing has always been the music. An intricate lyricist with a vicious delivery, Pusha’s verses are something special. That’s why we just had to get him to break down all of his classic records. We even managed to get the true story behind his verse on We Got It For Cheap Vol. 2’s “Hate It or Love It,” how most of the beats on Hell Hath No Fury were meant for Jay-Z, and how HHNF is better than Purple Rain.
As told to Insanul Ahmed (@Incilin)