Producer: DJ Dahi
Album: King Push
Label: G.O.O.D. Music/Def Jam

For years, Pusha T and Jay-Z circled the same beats without ending up on a song together. Pharrell nearly gave the “Grindin’” beat that made Clipse famous to Jay, and Push and Malice rapped on countless Neptunes tracks that ended up going to big name clients like Hov. They both wound up in the sprawl of Kanye West’s 2010 posse cut “So Appalled,” but fans didn’t get a proper Jay/Push duet until “Drug Dealers Anonymous.” The brief break after Pusha’s verse features a sample of conservative pundit Tomi Lahren’s attempts to concern troll Beyoncé about her husband’s past (“For 14 years he sold crack cocaine”). Jay laughs it off with 38 effortless bars about his first career, managing to tie the “Damn, Daniel” meme and driverless Ubers into his tales of hustling in Virginia in the early ‘90s.