Pusha T - How The Purple Tape Shaped Daytona | Interview - getplaypk

Pusha T - How The Purple Tape Shaped Daytona | Interview
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You heard the Earth shake a bit when Clipse dropped its 'Lord Willin'' album back in 2002, didn't ya? It was a big one, and the work Pusha T and No Malice did with Pharrell Williams is gonna last a couple lifetimes. So's the strong stuff the Bronx-born, Virginia-raised MC has made on his own - ever since 'My Name Is My Name' arrived under the GOOD Music banner, the company that King Push is now the president of. In May he drop...

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L.A.B. Lol. Cuban Linx shits all over Daytona and that weak deep house sound Kanye was going for.
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