More excerpts from Pusha T's interview with MTV continue to hit the web. In the clip above, Push talks about the meaning behind the title of his latest mixtape, Wrath of Caine, saying that it's "the obvious play on the whole street life."
He also talks about how he came to the realization while listening to Big Daddy Kane's song "Wrath of Kane" during the recording of the tape that Kane was better than Rakim. This, of course, is an argument that hip-hop heads like Pusha have had for years. In fact, Pusha says in the interview that he used to fight for Rakim, but "Wrath of Kane" was the song that recently made him change his mind for good.
Do you agree? Was Big Daddy Kane better than Rakim?
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