‘Drug Dealers Anonymous’: Jay Z Trades Cocaine Bars With Pusha T

‘Drug Dealers Anonymous’: Jay Z Trades Cocaine Bars With Pusha T
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Jay Z and Pusha T are dropping figures of the same cloth. From Tony Montana, George Jung, Terrence Thornton, Shawn Cater to Pablo Escobar, it’s quite apparent what the new collaboration is all about: trading cocaine?


Pharmacists on the Rise 

The lyrics tell it all, if people consider the personalities mentioned. They are of the same “market.” Jay Z and Pusha T are into their first ever official collaboration. Previously, the two were found squaring off on Big Brother Kanye’s “So Appalled” off 2010’s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.

According to HipHop DX, the resulting collaboration could only be what people are looking for. As it describes: “an smorgasbord of sly references in having a backstory that involves transporting dusty packages.”

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There are now talks whether an album is on the surface following the appearance on Fat Joe and Remy Ma’s “All the Way Up (Remix).” The latter of which turned out be a 2016 mixshow staple.

This is seemingly true as Hot New HipHop has reported that Pusha T unveiled the lead single from upcoming studio album, King Push. According to the report, that should be made available today with the promised delivery of the Jay Z-assisted track, available on Tidal tonight.

Jay Z’s New Project and Beyonce’s Critic

Aside from the upcoming release of Pusha’s LP, there are also reports on Jay Z having another project in the works. However, there is still confusion in this part on whether people can expect a joint album or just a solo project.

According to Rolling Stone, the track also has a notable sample feature of a conservative pundit Tomi Lahren calling out Jay Z in a rant. The rant apparently calls out Beyonce: “Your husband was a drug dealer.”

“For 14 years he sold crack cocaine.”

Access the song on Tidal.

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