By Radio.com Staff
Pusha T has dropped a new track titled “Drug Dealer’s Anonymous,” featuring a two-minute verse from Jay Z, which has some pretty gansta-oriented lyrics: “Fourteen-year drug dealer and still countin’/ Who deserves the Medal of Freedom is my accountant.”
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The cut also includes a snippet from Jay critic Tom Lahren for The Blaze, who took aim at the hip-hop entrepreneur and his family in an article that stated Beyonce is “perpetuating the great battle of the races”and “for fourteen years, [Jay z] sold crack cocaine.”
“Drug Dealer’s Anonymous,” is the track is first single off of Pusha’s forthcoming album King Push. It’s Pusha’s (real name Terrence Thornton) first new music since his Darkest Before Dawn album which was released in December of 2015, though the King Push project was originally slated to have preceded that release.
Pusha has been a major Jay Z fan for years, sampling “A Million And One Questions/Rhyme No More” in “Numbers on the Boards” in 2013 and working with Jay, Kanye West, RZA, Swizz Beatz and Cyhi the Prynce on the 2010 Kanye track “So Appalled” from My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.
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Pusha T announces the track.
King Push (@PUSHA_T) May 31, 2016