Pusha-T paints quite a picture in his verse on G. Count's new track "Pope Vs. Pontiff."

For his part, King Push comes through with a nod to Quavo, as well as some bittersweet lines referencing the 2016 election ("electric slide at the White House back when Hillary was hopeful") and mindful eating ("drug dealers eating tofu"). Stream the new song up top via YouTube and/or add it to your Apple Music library below.

It's been a bit since we last talked about a Pusha-T guest verse. Last June, the G.O.O.D. Music boss helped open Kanye West and Kid Cudi's Kids See Ghosts with a verse on "Feel the Love." That same surgical summer, Push's excellent DAYTONA was released to critical acclaim, ultimately landing among the nominees for Best Rap Album at this year's Grammys.

In April, Pusha-T will join a stacked roster of reliable song crafters at Pharrell's Something in the Water fest in Virginia Beach. Travis Scott, Migos, Maggie Rogers, Lil Uzi vert, Jaden Smith, Kaytranada, SZA, Virgil Abloh, Missy Elliott, and Mac DeMarco are also on the lineup. April 26 is the three-day throwdown's kickoff date.

 

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Push is also on the boards for this year's Coachella, where he'll be joined by Childish Gambino, Ariana Grande, Tame Impala, Kacey Musgraves, and more. Not to drive home a repeatedly argued point with too much zeal, but perhaps the Indio-set proceedings will provide the perfect ambiance for a Pusha-T rework of "Summer Games."