Pusha T Chronicles His Career From Clipse To G.O.O.D. Music

He's the latest guest on 'The Blueprint.'

Lauren Nostro

Pusha T's long-awaited album King Push may be just around the corner—thank Kanye West for its delay, he's made three separate versions of the album with Push so far. In the meantime, the G.O.O.D. Music president sat down with Complex for the latest episode of their original series The Blueprint.

During the interview with Complex's Chief Content Officer Noah Callahan-Bever, the Virginia MC traced his roots in rap, looking up to his brother No Malice (f.k.a. Malice), his days in Clipse, going solo, and moving over to G.O.O.D.

"Everybody that I came into the music business with was indicted on a federal charge," he says. "They were all day one with me and my brother... I feel like my brother attributed a lot of what went wrong in the music business to how things turned out for them, and that was it."

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You can stream Pusha T's entire discography here.