King Push – Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude
Disquera: Getting Out Our Dreams Inc. (G.O.O.D.) Music / IDJ
“They ask why I’m still talking dope/Why not?,” Pusha T raps on “MFTR.” Nearly 20 years after Clipse, Pusha T’s still rhyming about his cane-slanging days in Virginia, and calling himself the “last cocaine superhero” on “Keep Dealing.” Multiple producers worked on Darkest Before Dawn, but Boi-1da’s beat on “MFTR” sounds markedly different from Puff Daddy’s beat for “Crutches, Crosses, Caskets,” resulting in an inconsistent flow. Timbaland’s work comes off best, especially on “Untouchable.” And Pusha T delivers some standout lines on “Sunshine” as he talks about inequality in urban cities. “We all see it, but cell phones ain’t enough proof,” he raps. “So we all lose.”
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