Jay Z, Pusha T recalls ‘80s-era drug trade in ‘Drug Dealers Anonymous’: Listen

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First of all, who let this happen?

G.O.O.D. Music president Pusha T is gearing up to release his album King Push and it looks as if he’s coming out swinging at everyone’s projected release. Accompanied by the legend himself, Mr. Jay Z, “Drug Dealers Anonymous” gives a gritty, beautiful visual from the viewpoints of two individuals who know the dope game better than every peddler in a 5 mile radius of your local neighborhood. Pusha spits a menacing opening verse that proves that one can’t possibly count him out of the equation.

“The money count is the only moment of silence, hush money balances all these drugs and violence,” Pusha raps.

Jay Z follows up with a stinging verse of his own that aims to remind the young millennials about his stature in the game.

“B**** I been brackin since the ’80’s, Google me baby you crazy?”

Hov is fresh off of laying his vocals down on the remix to Fat Joe’s “All The Way Up.” Could we see a project from him this summer? Only time will tell. For now, be on the lookout for King Push.

-Andre Ellington

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