Pusha T - "Hold On" video

Pusha T released his awesomely stark and snarly album My Name Is My Name last month, and for months, he’s been making cold and minimal and effective videos for the album’s tracks: “Numbers On The Board,” “King Push,” “Nosetalgia,” “Sweet Serenade,” “Pain.” Now, he’s got another one, for the Rick Ross collab “Hold On,” which Kanye West and Hudson Mohawke co-produced. This one is probably the least interesting of the bunch, but it still has some cool imagery. It revolves around Pusha and Ross conducting what appears to be an emotional dope-house symposium, and frequent Ross collaborator DRE Films directed it. Check it out below.

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

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  1. I love Pusha, love this album and am a GIGANTIC Kanye apologist … but Kanye’s autotuned sing-groaning in this one makes me laugh every time. Especially at the very end, when they seem to let the song go 45 seconds longer than it needs to go just to squeeze in some extra grunts.

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