16. Pusha T
Normally the idea of a new Push album would for sure be a top 10 anticipated album but the marketing machine behind Pusha T is nonexistent. I feel like I’m the only person I know that listens to him, which clearly can’t be true, but that’s the problem with Pusha right now.
King Push could be the album that reminds the world how great he is a rapping about coke. I mean, there’s no one in the booth with more cocaine metaphors than this man. It’s not even close. Can’t wait to hear how he’s flipping coke these days.
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