Their has been some tension between Pusha T and Drake for sometime now, but it's never really been addressed. Well, Pusha T just dropped a new album titled DAYTONA, and he felt now was the time to do so. The seven-track album is only 21 minutes, but he doesn't let you forget who he is and his history in the game.
On a track titled Infrared, Pusha is SPECIFICALLY talking about Drake. But what's weird is that he's talking about things that happened in 2015, which was three years ago. So why not talk about it then? Anyways, he took the time to bring it up with some hard bars.
"It was written like Nas, but it came from Quentin,"
If you remember, the rumor was that Drake had a ghostwriter by the name of Quentin, and their had allegedly been some tracks recorded with Quentin's voice, that later became songs we only knew to have been done by Drake.
"Oh now it’s okay to kill Baby?
N***** looked at me crazy like I really killed a baby.
Salute Ross 'cause the message was pure
He see what I see when you see Wayne on tour
Flash without the fire
Another multi-platinum rapper trapped and can’t retire"
On Rozay's last album he also took some heavy shots at Birdman, I reviewed the album and the track when it released in March 2017. Most of us know that their have been allegations of Young Money artists not getting paid and Birdman spending all of their funds.
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Go take a listen to the track for yourself and let me know what you think, is this beef really worth carrying out??
I personally feel like Pusha T missed his window to do all of this but I guess because Kanye West was the producer on it, it really took more time. I wonder if Drake and Kanye have beef too? IDK what it would be about, but anything is possible.