Pusha-T isn’t letting his longtime feud with Drake end. On his new album, Daytona, which was released on Friday (May 25), the Virginia rapper takes a shot at Drizzy on the project’s closing song “Infrared.”
Over a bass-thumping beat from Kanye West, Pusha hits Drake with a subliminal line, rapping, “Your hooks did it/The lyrics pennin’ equals to Trump’s winnin’/The bigger question is how the Russians did it/It was written like Nas but it came from Quentin.”
While Push doesn’t mention Drake by name, the line makes references to the ghostwriting claims against the Toronto artist and also mentions his alleged ghostwriter, Quentin Miller. Pusha also stopped by the Hot 97 morning show and confirmed the line is in fact aimed at Drake.
According to Push, the bar is his response to Drizzy’s diss on “Two Birds, One Stone,” where Drake rapped, “But really it’s you with all the drug dealer stories/That’s gotta stop, though/You made a couple chops and now you think you Chapo.”
While Pusha said he was fine with Drake’s lines about him, he also said it was his turn to question the rapper’s validity. “If we gone question things, we need to question them and now it’s my turn to question them,” he said. In regards to the ghostwriting claims, Pusha added, “That’s my truth as I see it. That’s just laid out on the table.”
Listen to “Infrared” and check out Pusha-T discussing his latest Drake diss below.
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