Later this week, the Virginia rap great Pusha T will release his new album King Push: Darkest Before Dawn, and if you aren’t already excited, you should be. Today, Pusha’s followed his video for first single “Untouchable” with a new one for the bleak, Diddy-produced “Crutches, Crosses, Caskets.” This one takes place on one of those horror-movie merry-go-rounds where the horses wear gas masks and scantily-clad nuns smoke cigarettes. And you know, no matter how hard I look, I can never find that carousel at the county fair. Nevertheless, the real highlight is just the opportunity to watch Pusha rap; he takes more obvious joy in what he’s doing than almost anyone else. Kid Art directed the video; check it out below.
King Push: Darkest Before Dawn is out 12/18 on G.O.O.D. Music.