Best Pusha T Songs of All Time!

#25. Re -Up Gang – Fast Life – For the most part I would argue that the string Re-Up Gang mixtapes are fairly “skippable”, but that’s not to say that there weren’t a few good songs that came from those projects. “Fast Life” in particular is a “standout” track IMO…

#24. F.I.F.A. – “Fun” isn’t the word I would necessarily associate with Pusha T’s music catalog, but the song “F.I.F.A.” is just that! A “fun” tune that’s style automatically “stands out” in comparison to the other work Pusha has put out…

#23. Clipse – Virginia – I find it hard to fathom that the Clipse and Pharrell Williams both from the same state… Pharrell seems like he could be born in California or Washington or some state like that… That’s not a diss, he just doesn’t come off as “Southerner” to me…

#22. Clipse – Keys Open Doors – I wouldn’t say that this is the most original Clipse song ever, but i thought this song was worth adding due to some of the memorable bars that can be found on here. Besides that… The hook (“Keys Open Doors”) is pretty generic IMO…

#21. M.F.T.R ft. The-Dream – Did anyone else notice that after The-Dream was featured on Pusha T “Exodus 23:1” song  that The-Dream’s career took a serious “nose dive”… Being on a Young Money diss song in 2011 probably wasn’t the “brightest” idea considering that the three biggest artists (Wayne, Drake, and Nicki) of the time period all came from that camp…

#20. Trouble On My Mind ft. Tyler, The Creator – I’m not a fan of Tyler, The Creators music/style/personality/subject matter/the way his voice sounds/etc… I’m not sure what my intial point was, but yeah this songs cool I guess…

#19. Drug Dealers Anonymous ft. Jay-Z – I know that Pusha T has been “thristing” for a collaboration with Hov for awhile now just based off of the remarks that he’s put on wax. Jay-Z has clearly been one of his idols in music and drug dealing, so I’m happy that this collaboration finally happened for Pusha. Oh and the title of this song(Drug Dealers Anonymous) was very fitting as well…

#18. Crutches, Crosses, Caskets – “Old n*ggas slapping young n*ggas. Ha imagine that, where you from n*gga?”… It ain’t a “best of” Pusha T list unless you got some sort of “Drake diss” sprinkled in there …

#17. Clipse ft. Jadakiss, Styles P, and Roscoe P. – I’m Not You – This track was essentially the Clipse featuring the Lox, but because Sheek wasn’t here we can’t technically say that… I wonder what Sheek was doing that made him too busy to make an appearance on this track? You would think since he’s the least popular Lox member that he would be first one to hop up onto this joint, but I guess that wasn’t the case…

#16. Clipse ft. Pharrell – I’m Good – I sometimes wonder to myself who was a more integral part in the Clipse’s early success… Was is it the Clipse rapping or was it the Pharrell Williams production that made them standout amongst the crowd? When it comes to this question I’m like Sway in this piece, “I don’t have the answer’s”…

#15. Millions ft. Rick Ross – Rick Ross in general is kind of underrated IMO… Not like “super” underrated, but just “kinda” underrated… Like underrated enough for me to say something about it, but not underrated enough for me to expound on it for an entire paragraph… Is anyone following my logic…

#14. Untouchable – It’s never a bad idea to sample The Notorious B.I.G’s voice for a song… In fact hip hop history has proven that it always “work’s out” in the artists favor when they decide borrow from the great Biggie Smalls…

#13. Numbers On the Boards – Pusha’s album “My Name is My Name” was a bit of a revelation when it came out in 2013… Up to that point we didn’t know for sure whether or not Pusha T was capable of “holding down” an entire solo project on his own… Pusha T rose to occasion for this one, and eased every rap fan/critic mind in the process…

#12. Clipse – Momma I’m So Sorry – This was one of those Clipse songs that was really hard for me to rank. It’s a great song, but not the Clipse’s greatest per se, so I decided to put it directly in the middle of the list because I couldn’t decide where else to put it…

#11. Clipse ft. Kanye West – Kinda Like a Big Deal – I’m a big Kanye fan, but I am not a fan of his verse on this song… This song came out around the time when Kanye started to get really “lazy” with  his barz, and it definitely shows in this song…

#10. Blocka – This instrumental bangs!!!… Also isn’t this the “unofficial” debut of Travis Scott?… I’m not 100% sure, but I believe it is…

#09. Clipse ft. Pharrell – Cot Damn – Hmmmm… So the edited version of this track is titled “Hot Damn”, which makes more sense to me… Maybe “Cot Damn” is a Virginia thing… No clue…

#08. Nosetalgia ft. Kendrick Lamar – I always enjoy it when MC’s from two different eras decide to collaborate on a song together! Also Pusha samples KRS One’s voice on here as well, so almost every hip hop generation is represented on one track…

#07. Clipse – When The Last Time – This was one the “bigger” radio songs that the Clipse ever had… I don’t have too much to say about this song  besides that I hear it on the radio frequently in 2003-2004. It’s not my favorite Clipse track, but it’s deserving of its position on this list…

#06. Clipse – Ride Around Shining – “Hell Hath No Fury” was without a doubt the Clipse best album! Like a lot of “great” hip hop albums, it was short, but had no “filler” tracks which made it extra concentrated and focused… Plus it had a cool looking album cover as well, and I think that should count for something…

#05. Clipse ft. Slim Thug – Wamp Wamp (What It Do) – In 2005-2006, Houston Texas was blowing up big time! Artists  such Slim Thug, Paul Wall, Mike Jones, and Chamillionaire were some of the hottest rappers in the game. so you can imagine that a “feature” from one of these guys during that time period was like striking oil. This record in particular didn’t blow up like I’m sure the Clipse were wanting it to, but that wasn’t due to a lack of effort. Pusha absolutely slayed this track…

#04. Clipse ft. Cam’ron, and Pharrell – Popular Demand (Popeyes) – Have I ever mentioned that I’m a HUGE fan of the group Dipset?… Hearing Killa Cam and Pusha T on a single track together is like my version of Christmas… Okay maybe I’m exaggerating a bit, but this song definitely deliver’s!…

#03. Clipse ft. Pharrell- Mr. Me Too – This is the first official time that Pusha T “went at” Cash Money as a group/label… The Clipse had done a few records with Lil Wayne and Birdman in the past, and apparently it didn’t go well. The “Grindin’ remix” and “What Happened to That Boy” were the two songs that allegedly started the “rocky” relationship between both factions. I think things started to escalate while both groups were making a music video together but I believe that both sides have differing reports on that situation…

#02. Exodus 23:1 ft. The Dream – This is my favorite Pusha T “Cash Money/Young Money” diss. Pusha T got really personal in this joint! I really love this verse in particular… “You signed to one n*gga, that’s signed to another n*gga, that’s signed to three n*ggas. Now that’s bad luck“… It’s crazy to think that this song was recorded 6 years ago, and Drake and Pusha T are still beefing to this very day… By the way, does anyone remember what started their “beef” in the first place, because I sure don’t…

#01. Clipse – Grindin’ – “Grindin'” was a true phenomenon in the early 2000’s… I was in middle school at the time, and I can vividly remember kids trying to duplicate that beat on lunchroom tables during our lunch hour… Between “Grindin'” and some of the joints off of 50 Cent’s “Get Rich or Die Tryin'” album, the entire lunchroom was buzzin back in 03’…


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