The Mixdown is a weekly show in which Esteban visits recording studios to hang with hip hop producers and MCs. Check it out every Wednesday. Pusha T gives Esteban inside info on the tracks "Millions", "Doesn't Matter", and "Blocka" off his new mixtape "Wrath of Caine". He also claims that Big Daddy Kane is better than Rakim, and defends his upcoming album title "My Name is My Name".
After the jump, Pusha talks uploading mixtapes, possible Kanye hiatus & chemistry with Young Chop.
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What went down in Miami with Rick Ross? It's time to separate the facts from opinion.
Young Chop is loud and squiggly, with a generous laugh. The teenage producer behind “I Don’t Like,” “Love Sosa” and “Hate Bein Sober” (plus since-retracted tweets challenging Keef and Kanye West, who roguely remixed “Don’t Like”) stopped by FADER offices last week, where he waved at the interns like a victorious politician and squirmed around on our couch. From his perch, he talked about the importance of a good laugh in the studio, lapping up hometown attention and the grime and melody that makes his beats feel new.
Here's the 2nd single off of SmCity's upcoming album, "Dream Cemetery" available March 9th.
French Montana explains why his debut "Excuse My French" will be the "best album to come out in a decade," and talks about his collaborations with The Weeknd, M.I.A., and Lana Del Rey.
This remix of "All The Time" will live on Jeremih's upcoming "Thumpy Johnson" mixtape, which is dropping in April.
Previously: Pusha T On 106 & Park [Video]