Pusha T Equals Consistency


For the past few years, I’ve realized that Pusha T musical output is consistent. It’s consistently dope.

Verse after verse, song after song, project after project, he’s delivered solid work.

From his Clipse days to the present, he’s been consistent. It’s like the brief hiatus Clipse went on after their debut album, drove and motivated Pusha to work on his craft. He came back with Malice, Sandman and Liva on the legendary We Got It For Cheap mixtapes, which were good.

During those mixtapes, I started realizing that Pusha was one of the dopest rappers out, no pun intended. The raps I heard on those mixtapes were crazy. Those mixtapes are some of my favorite mixtapes ever. I noticed Pusha started to show growth, and ascending into the next tier of rappers.

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The Alchemist Presents Yacht Rock


First of all, these records are awesome.

And they were a nice surprise.

Alchemist was able to bottle the genre of soft rock and add his touch to this legendary ‘70s and ‘80s genre. He emulated the sounds of paradise, sunny weather and beaches, and anything else that you would associate with relaxation and vacationing. Shit, you could even say he created the music you’d hear in a t‘90s adult film.

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