“I know everyone is enjoying the circus, but I want to clarify this image in question.”
The beef continues.
“We like Stormzy and we think he is dope”.
That’s it, sleeping with the nightlight on tonight.
US hip hop titan Pusha T (real name Terrence Thornton) has announced a pair of Australian headline shows around his appearance at Sydney’s Field Day festival in January 2016. Returning to Australia for the first time since supporting Kanye West’s Yeezus tour down under, Pusha T has locked in headline dates in Melbourne and Brisbane.
UPDATE 30/08/16: The huge Field Day 2017 lineup has now been announced! The full lineup for Sydney’s annual New Year’s Day music festival Field Day has been unveiled with the likes of UK duo Disclosure, Australia’s own Flight Facilities and English indie-rockers The Wombats leading the pack of artists helping punters kick off the first
The worlds of basketball and dubstep collide wonderfully in the video for Skrillex‘s remix of Yogi’s Burial. The song features vocals by Pusha T, who appears in the video getting his hair cut before a troupe of masked interlopers dance the situation into mayhem. Pusha T is seen removing his own mask and transforming into
In what we, for all intents and purposes, will refer to as “the real world,” disputes and arguments start for all manner of reasons. Some are silly, trivial, and quickly resolved, while others are deep-rooted, mean-spirited, and can quickly turn into a longstanding rivalry or animosity between parties. In the music world, things are similar,
The 2014 instalment of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival has seen a veritable cavalcade of guest stars come through, with everyone from your common celebrity (possibly paid to attend), to icons like Jay-Z appearing alongside friends during scheduled performances. Last weekend, Pharrell Williams‘ set was arguably the most jam-packed with special guest spots,
Lil Wayne has reignited his war of words with fellow rapper Pusha T – taking aim at the rapper via his Twitter account on Thursday morning.
Pusha T has come a long way in this rap game. From Grindin, hits out with super producer Pharrell, The Neptunes and his double act group the Clipse, to Re-Upping with his crew. Even without his twin, Pusha T still has clips worth of lyrical ammunition and plenty of one-liner malice (on the track Blow