"I'm the only one left and the memories fadin'.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Pusha's bake sale continues as "Blow" gets a nice viral video, directed by the ill Mikes, to accompany the tune Gotty™ previously mentioned as my favorite off the mixtape.
Pusha T continues to give Fear Of God new life evidenced by the release of his new visual for the Nottz-supplied tune "Open Your Eyes.
The cycle goes hype, leak, hype, final release and then we all move on and forget after a few days. Not for me. I stay fashionably late, lingering around to listen for a while before picking up whatever's next. A week or two ago, I ran up on a hard copy of Fear Of God and keep it in the rotation, mostly playing "Blow" and "Cook It Down" back-to-back.
Pusha Ton combines forces with Mike Carson & Mike Waxx to produce the video for the mixtape track, "Can I Live.
Pusha Terrence continues to serve the product, making the move to put his recent release on store shelves in early June, retitling it as Fear Of God 2: Let Us Pray and adding "a few surprises" according to his words.
The Bible preaches that man should fear God in everything they do. Not to say that G.O.O.D. Music's hottest ticket, Pusha T thinks he's the creator of all things, but he definitely wants to instill that same type of omnipresence into his peers in this thing called rap.
Fine, you know what? Here's my admission. I sipped the kool-aid and officially joined the Pusha T Fear Of God bandwagon a few weeks ago. "My God" just so happened icing on the cake.
Pusha's "My God" is ripe with ex-hustler turned righteous rapper full of repent, a formula the Thornton bros have all but perfected.