Back in November, Kanye West named Pusha T, the president of G.O.O.D. music. While a lot of his focus has been on Kanye’s upcoming album, and G.O.O.D. music other artists like Big Sean, Teyana Taylor and John Legend, that doesn’t mean that Pusha T is focused on his own music.
Apparently in some of his new music, Pusha T is calling out some people. In fact, in one song, he calls out Tyga on a track from his forthcoming Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude album.
According to Hip Hop DX, the lyrics for “M.F.T.R.” Pusha T compares himself to successful New York Yankees baseball players, contrasting himself from Tyga.
“No retirement plans, no Derek Jeters / We all know I did it, Rodriguez / The illusion of money we don’t believe in / You ask me, Tyga looking like a genius / I’m Kim Jong of the crack song / Gil Scott-Heron to the black poem / Woo, the revolution will be televised / ‘Cause we done see all and they telling lies,” he raps on the track, which features The-Dream.
“Niggas talking it, but ain’t living it / Two years later admitting it, all them niggas is renting shit / They ask why I’m still talking dope, why not? / The biggest rappers in the game broke, viola” he raps.