In the fourth and final installment of the My Name Is My Name Documentary Series, Pusha T talks to Complex Magazine's own Noah Callahan-Bever about what the upcoming album will do for his legacy. When asked about whether the album will cement Pusha in a new space or will continue to further him along his current path, the Virginia native said that it will do a mix of both.
"I really think this record is going to cement me in a space of rap greats," Pusha said. "I've rapped great for a long time. I feel like people are finally starting to catch up."
Pusha then expounds upon a theory that it takes ten years for great rappers to reach that elite status, citing "the great [Lil] Wayne" and Jay Z as examples. Calling himself a "student of rap," Pusha said, "As of right now, I feel like I am amongst the elite in rap."
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