Pusha T has recently released his new song and it’s dope. But what stunned us more is how he has promoted his song. Yes, you read it right! Pusha T promotes his new track by firing back at Drake. Here are the details…
Pusha T Promotes His New Track By Firing Back At Drake
He promoted his song by aiming at Drake by presenting a photograph showing up Drake in blackface. The photograph was initially utilized as a major aspect of a dress line promotion called Jim Crow Couture from Canadian design mark Too Black Guys. Yet, Pusha T has utilized it to promote “The Story of Adidon” – the most recent in a line of diss tracks between the two rappers. His move was a reaction to Drake’s track Duppy Freestyle, came out on Friday.
However, Instagram removed the picture posted by Pusha T as it was violating the Instagram policies.
It appears that many individuals didn’t know the picture existed notwithstanding it being taken years prior – allegedly for the Too Black Guys’ 2008 advertisement crusade.
However, numerous are stating that the photo has been taken outside the realm of relevance and that it is entirely of a progression of photographs which, when seen together, put forth an imaginative expression about race.
This new Pusha T track utilizes the beat from Jay-Z’s melody The Story of OJ – which highlights toon pictures referencing minstrel shows and blackface in its video.
In it the US rapper addresses Drake being blended race, his maker having numerous sclerosis and gossip that Drake is fathering a mystery tyke.
Drake has talked before in his tunes about the issue – in 2015’s You and The 6, he says: “I used to get teased for being black/And now I’m here and I’m not black enough”.
Pusha T has likewise aimed at Drake’s maker Noah Shebib in the rap after Drake dissed Pusha T’s maker Kanye West. Otherwise called 40, Noah Shebib has MS and is a minister for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society in the United States. The lines from his song, “OVO 40, hunched over like he 80, tick, tick, tick/How much time he got? That man is sick, sick, sick”. The maker seemed to react to the line on Twitter, posting that 30 May is world MS day.
Drake has a secret child, what?!?!
Pusha T likewise fuelled gossipy tidbits that Drake has a mystery tyke with a craftsman and previous adult movie artist. He said,
“A baby’s involved, it’s deeper than rap/We talkin’ character, let me keep with the facts/You are hiding a child, let that boy come home. Adonis is your son/And he deserves more than an Adidas press run, that’s real/Love that baby, respect that girl/Forget she’s a pornstar, let her be your world”.
A little background of Pusha T and Drake’s feud
The melodious fight between Pusha T and Drake started a couple of years back and seems to originate from a contradiction between King Push and Drake’s one-time coach Lil Wayne. Pusha T reignited the column on his new collection Daytona, which was created by and highlights G.O.O.D. Music mark head Kanye West. On its last track, Pusha blames Drake for not composing his own particular verses. It’s an affirmation he rehashes in The Story of Adidon: “Drug dealin’ aside, ghostwritin’ aside/Let’s have a heart-to-heart about your pride”.
Now we’ll have to wait for Drake to respond to the allegations that Pusha T has put on him. Well, feud apart, this song, “The story of Adidon” is a must to listen to track and you’re going to like it.