Jason Goldwatch: "[Pusha] is a really sharp dude. A very current artist. So part of that involves him changing with the times. So maybe [the video] did have a little bit of a Tyler slant, and it’s their collaboration so maybe it leaned in that direction anyways?

"But I think—in Pusha’s defense, almost—he’s a really in-tune, culturally current artist. I think he was open and he knows what it takes, in this oversaturated market of bullshit videos, to get people’s consciousness and get their teeth to sink into something and resonate with people on a large, pop culture-type of level."