Pusha T has always given his fellow rapper peers their praise, but he credits Jadakiss for influencing his ability to be vulnerable on the mic. During a recent conversation with Supreme’s new creative director Tremaine Emory for Interview Magazine, Push explained Jada’s influence.
Pusha T and Jadakiss have also hopped on tracks together in the past, including The Alchemist’s “Lose Your Life,” DJ Khaled’s “Good Man,” Royce Da 5’9’s “Summer On Lock”, and Diddy’s “Everyday (Amor).” The two also released the 2020 single “Hunting Season” which was temporarily pulled shortly after its release due to the murder of Pop Smoke days before.
Push is gearing up to release his new album It’s Almost Dry, the follow-up to 2018’s Daytona. On April 6, he released his new single “Neck & Wrist”, featuring JAY-Z and Pharell Williams.
From our upcoming Spring Issue: On the heels of his new album, @PUSHA_T talks to @supremenewyork creative director @DenimTears about his everlasting quest to become “the Martin Scorsese of street rap.”https://t.co/Q5kxDXiWGX
— Interview Magazine (@InterviewMag) April 6, 2022