Pusha T Debuts “Sunshine” On ‘The Daily Show’

blame it on Meka December 16, 2015

With his highly anticipated new album, Darkest Before Dawn arriving in a few short days – December 18th, to be exact – Pusha T has been on a tear leading up to its release. Whether he’s “More Famous Than Rich” or spitting about “Crutches, Crosses, Caskets,” King Push is aiming to end rap music’s 2015 on a high note.

Earlier tonight (Decmber 15th), he was the special musical guest on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show with Trevor Noah and unveiled the Jill Scott-guested “Sunshine.” A politically-charged track, P references Freddie Gray, Huey P. Newton, Public Enemy and Chief Keef throughout the emotionally evocative song before finishing off his set holding the Black Power fist up high.