Pusha T and Pharrell rocked the stage on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, with a performance of "S.N.I.T.C.H." The Pharrell produced track is featured on Pusha T's latest album, My Name Is My Name. Backed by a band, both artists sounded great over the live music provided for the performance.
Pusha T rapped his verses with ease about an incarcerated friend trying to be released early. "I never thought I'd be the last man standing up, I never thought I'd had have to question were you man enough?" he spit. The well dressed Pharrell sang the chorus almost better than the album version, adding his own ad-libs to Pusha's verses. "Virginia," he repeated throughout Pusha's raps, repping the home state that both artists are from.
The Virginia Beach lyricist returned to the stage again, rapping "King Push," a track also featured on My Name Is My Name. Accompanied by an unknown hypeman, Pusha delivered another great performance, this time not backed by a live band. The band being absent placed more emphasis on the lyrics of the track. "My Name Is My Name, album of the year," he boldly stated at the end.