Well this is random.
Of course, we’ve all seen the world of electronic music and hip-hop move closer together in the past few years, whether that’s Waka Flocka Flame going in over huge EDM tracks, Diddy making an album with Guy Gerber, or Kanye incorporating experimental electronic production into his songs, but Pusha T over a bouncy, minimal beat from Montreal veteran Tiga? Still surprising.
It works well though, somehow both jaunty and menacing throughout, with Pusha molding his flow to the beat with ease. Check it out below.