Dead Presidents

Historical facts, thoughts, ramblings and collections on the Presidency and about the Presidents of the United States.

By Anthony Bergen
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Posts tagged "Pusha T"
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Pusha T,
My Name Is My Name

Pusha T (feat. Pharrell): S.N.I.T.C.H.

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My Name Is My Name

Pusha T (feat. Kendrick Lamar): Nosetalgia

Pick up Pusha’s new album, My Name Is My Name, available today!

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My Name Is My Name

Pusha T (feat. Kelly Rowland): Let Me Love You

"I know you think I’m the one but who doesn’t?"

New Pusha is always a treat.  Get My Name Is My Name on Tuesday.

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Pusha T,
Fear Of God II: Let Us Pray

Pusha T: What Dreams Are Made Of

Rick Ross can steal the Ric Flair sample, but Pusha did it first and on a better track.

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Clipse,
Til The Casket Drops

Clipse: Freedom

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Cradle 2 The Grave Soundtrack

Clipse: I’m Serious

"And I ain’t lying to you love, I only lie to my girl"

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Kanye West (feat. Ghostface Killah & Pusha T): New God Flow

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Hell Hath No Fury

Clipse: Hello New World

Asker Anonymous Asks:
What are some recent hip hop albums you'd suggest----like from the last year?
deadpresidents deadpresidents Said:

I’m sure I’ll miss a few.  My favorites were Pusha T’s Fear of God II: Let Us Pray EP, Jay-Z and Kanye’s Watch The Throne, Royce da 5’9”s Success Is Certain, Bad Meets Evil’s (Royce and Em) Hell: The Sequel, Common’s The Dreamer/The Believer, and Brotha Lynch Hung’s Coathanga Strangla (I’m still a Sactown kid at heart with love for the Garden Blocc crew!).

A few others that I felt were amongst the best: Lupe Fiasco’s Lasers, Raekwon’s Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang, Wu-Tang’s Legendary Weapons, X-Raided’s Unforgiven Volume 3: Vindication (like I said, loyalty to the Blocc), WC’s Revenge of the Barracuda, and Talib Kweli’s Gutter Rainbows.  Right now, I’m really looking forward to B.o.B.’s Strange Clouds.

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Kanye West (feat. Pusha T): Runaway

Ah, the perfect song for my Valentine’s Day.  For all of my anonymous admirers who propose marriage on the basis of my history nerdiness, I think today’s a good day to remind everyone that no lyric has ever represented my star-crossed relationships with women as accurately as:

See I could have me a good girl/And still be addicted to them hood rats
And I just blame everything on you/At least you know that’s what I’m good at

With that said, please don’t let that stop you from flirting with me — just don’t say I didn’t warn you.