Taylor Gang artist Ty Dolla $ign performed at the 1st annual “Welcome To The Block Party” presented by Diamond Supply Co. and Crooks & Castles. The event took place on the typically busy Fairfax Avenue street where the majority of Los Angeles’ trendy streetwear stores and boutiques are located. Watch as Ty performs his club smash “Paranoid” off his latest Beach House 2 mixtape in front of hundreds of fans who filled the area to capacity to catch their favorite artists live.
Next up to take a shot at Drake and JAY Z’s “Pound Cake” instrumental is Wu-Tang Clan member Raekwon. Listen as the Chef shows off his lyrical wordplay and effortlessly laces the smooth track with bar after menacing bar. Rae sounds right at home and gives the fans a small taste of what they can expect to hear on his upcoming Fly International Luxurious Art LP set to drop in January.
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Pusha T releases his new music video “King Push.”
The track features Pusha sticking to his corner boy demeanor, and his wordplay here is impeccable. “My first Grammy was my first brick/Red carpet every bad bitch/More B.M.F. than Billboard/I got a label deal under my mattress” he raps over Joaquin Phoenix’s haunting production that features audio sampling effects similar to Kanye West’s “New Slaves.” There might even be a subliminal or two in his latest track, most notably, “I don’t sing hooks.” Take a wild guess who that’s directed at.
“King Push” is the opening track on Pusha T’s upcoming debut album My Name Is My Name, which is due October 8.