Pusha T got into rap as a kid looking up to his big brother No Malice (formerly known as Malice). After their group, Clipse, disbanded, Pusha went solo, connected with Kanye West, became president of G.O.O.D. Music, and has remained relevant in rap for nearly two decades.
In our new episode of Blueprint with Complex's Editor-in-Chief Noah Callahan-Bever, Pusha T details why Clipse broke up. "Everybody that I came into the music business with was indicted on a federal charge," he says. "They were all day one with me and my brother... I feel like my brother attributed a lot of what went wrong in the music business to how things turned out for them, and that was it."
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