Pusha T is back with new music on Tuesday night, as the veteran rapper releases his latest track "Drug Dealers Anonymous" which features none other than Jay Z and is produced by DJ Dahi. Of course, this is now back to back weeks that the world has been blessed with new verses from Hov after he appeared on Fat Joe and Remy Ma's highly-anticipated "All the Way Up" remix. Again, just like the "All the Way Up" remix, "Drug Dealers Anonymous" is a Tidal exclusive, which seems like the running theme with anything that is released with Jay Z on it.
The track is nothing but bars from Pusha and Hov, as they trade lengthy verses while each spitting plenty of notable drug influenced lines that fans were hoping for when the collaboration was announced. In particular, Jay snaps throughout his portion of the track, rapping about his drug dealing past, while even interpolating Lil Wayne and Juvenile's classic track "Bling Bling."
While there are plenty of notable lines from both Pusha and Jay, Hov especially snaps with the line, "Drug dealers anonymous, y'all think Uber's the future, our cars been autonomous." Of note, Jay also responded to anchor Tomi Lahren, who ripped Hov and Beyoncé after this year's Super Bowl halftime show. Naturally, Jay shows off plenty of wordplay throughout his verse, and even works in a "Damn Daniel" reference, which he amazingly flips into a story about the FBI driving white vans.
This new single is the start of the rollout for Pusha T's next album, King Push, which he's been prepping for quite a while now. Back in December, Pusha originally said that the album would be out in April, but it now looks like it will be later in 2016 as he's handling duties as the current President of G.O.O.D. Music.
For Jay Z, this is yet another feature after a long hiatus away from music, which is interesting, especially with the running rumors that he just finished up a joint album with Beyoncé, though nothing has been confirmed. While it will remain to be seen if Jay Z really does have another album coming this year, it's definitely good to hear him back and active.
You can listen to the song below via Tidal.