Pusha T Asserts His Dominance On “Just So You Remember” From “It’s Almost Dry”
BoogzDaBeast, FNZ, and Ye all played a role in the song’s production.
Today, we’re back with one last recommendation for you – a solo title called “Just So You Remember,” which finds the 44-year-old relentlessly asserting his dominance over his contemporaries over production done by BoogzDaBeast, FNZ, and Ye.
During an interview with Rolling Stone, the New York-born spitter shared, “The title says it all, I never want people to ever forget who they dealin’ with. Ain’t no guests! Those are all me! Rap-wise, I’m the star of my show, are you kiddin’ me?”
“People have been watching me post [pictures] of my son for 20 months now and they see me calm. But naw, [the song] is about my mentality and mindset. I can tap back in whenever I’m ready and need to,” he continued.
In other news, earlier this weekend Pusha dropped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to talk about his new album, providing fans with some insight on the difference between Pharrell and Kanye West‘s production styles – read more about that here, and let us know what you think of “Just So You Remember” below.
The purest snow, we sellin’ white privilege
Designer drugs will turn n*ggas limitless
Designer clothes, these hoes losing innocence
The book of blow, just know I’m the Genesis