“H.G.T.V” – Pusha T (Prod. Mike WiLL Made-It) [Official Music Video]

Released: October 12th, 2016
LYRICS

Half a year later, still ain’t heard an album greater
The natives want me out of the office, back on the pavement
Jokers at the top know the king is nothin’ to play with
9 to 5 money is just as sweet as the grave shift
El presidenté, Blowbama, blow by ya
Chopper next to me in every picture, Osama
Oh mama, they question my starting line up
You only find a diamond from diggin’ like coal miners
Don’t listen to ’em, Desiigner
The same rappers talkin’ next year will Uber drivers (Fuck ’em)
Chanel dad hats, but you don’t know that they got ’em
Trap door shopper, they rotate the wall
So you will never see me as you rotate the mall
360 spin, cook a steak up on this grill
Me myself and I, we like a hamster in the wheel
Rolls emblem, Black Virginian
Pull in a neighborhood I don’t blend in
Album of the year contender every year
The kitchen’s full of work, it’s blenders everywhere
Blended bitches everywhere that do the most
They never seen with him so they fuck his ghost
Invisible man, timepiece with the invisible hands
MJ, remember the time they counted in sand Hourglass
But mine come with purse and heels
And the DIY Gucci with the crest and shields
It’s too far gone when the realest ain’t real
I walk amongst the clouds so your ceilings ain’t real
These niggas Call of Duty cause their killings ain’t real
With a questionable pen so the feelin’ ain’t real
Rap’s John Grisham
I can paint the picture with the words if you listen (shh)
The bar’s been lowered, the well’s run dried
They beefin’ over melodies, but no, not I (yugh)
See I’m so top 5
If they factor in the truth I just might just blow by
Blowbama

Pusha T has released the music video for a cold new single called “H.G.T.V.” expected to be released on his upcoming King Push album.

The track has King Push doing what he does best: boasting about his rap skills and his efficiency in black market distributions. He opens up stating that he still hasn’t heard an album better than his 2015 King Push – Darkest Before the Dawn: The Prelude and continues on a visceral lyrical assault that takes swipes at haters. He also coined a new nickname for himself: Blowbama (combining “blow” and “Obama”).

The video, directed by up-and-comer Yung Jake, is unusual in that it utilizes a vertical-screen throughout its entirety. Against a white backdrop, a rotating camera offers original point-of-view shots of Pusha T dressed according to the various social classes he is able to disguise himself as.

“H.G.T.V” is now available on most music streaming services. King Push has yet to be given an official release date.

For more music, news, and tour dates, check out Pusha T’s Zumic artist page.

Source: Pusha T YouTube