Along with speaking on being prepared to battle rap with Drake and beef with Consequence, Pusha T chopped it up with DJ Whoo Kid to discuss positives matters as well including potentially getting into acting and Big Daddy Kane vs. Rakim. Pusha also spoke on his upcoming LP, My Name Is My Name.
The Miami-based group examines race relations -- or the lack of --in America.
Documentaries, legal troubles, and near-brushes with death are on the menu.
The power of the Internet helped create a powerful song on the duo's LP released Tuesday.
Sadly, Beanie Sigel and JAY Z aren't present.
As if "Charged Up" wasn't enough.
Off the Cali native's upcoming BlackGrad project.