Pusha T - "Pain" video

Pusha T released his truly excellent solo album My Name Is My Name earlier this week, and he’s already made stark and minimal music videos for many of its tracks: “Numbers On The Boards,” “King Push,” “Nosetalgia,” “Sweet Serenade.” Now he’s got one for the buzzing, clinical Future collab “Pain.” Future isn’t in this one; instead, it’s mostly stark black-and-white images of Pusha, backlit in silhouette, with stock footage of civil rights struggles and arrests mixed in. Watch it below.


(via Miss Info)

My Name Is My Name is out now on Def Jam.

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  1. I’ve been really enjoying this album this week — other than a few duds where they tried to get super mainstream, it’s a ton of fun. (And Pusha’s rapping is still great on the lesser tracks, so it’s not like they’re all-out disasters or anything.)

    The world could use another Clipse album, but I’ll take Kanye-assisted Pusha T all day.

    Side note: Till the Casket Drops has a bad rep, but “Freedom” is still one of the best things Clipse ever did.

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