I pledged my allegiance to Pusha T at his #30DaysInLA show
It’s where he promised a new album and revealed guest features from our favorites.
LOS ANGELES—We’re all still feeling very much G.O.O.D. after Pusha T’s #30DaysInLA show on Wednesday night (November 16). He made sure of that. And I was, admittedly, with the rest of the sold-out crowd, repeatedly shouting “This my shit!” every time the beat dropped.
King Push’s 45-minute set did not disappoint, but before that, Red Bull Sound Select artist Tunji Ige and local westside rapper Boogie, whose recent visuals for “Nigga Needs” caught the eye of Rihanna, set the tone for the President of G.O.O.D Music.
The headliner, however, reminded us of why he’s your favorite rapper’s favorite rapper with hits like “Runaway,” “Mercy,” and “Move That Dope.” For the Day One fans, he went down memory lane with Clipse classic “Grindin’” and, from his solo My Name Is My Name album, “Nosetagia” and “Numbers On The Board.” King Push continued with last year’s Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude cuts “Untouchable” and “Crutches, Crosses, Caskets.”
Before the lights came up and the crowd stampeded towards the exit, Mr. President left us with these hopeful parting words: “New King Push coming, we’re putting this shit together… Desiigner coming, Teyana coming, Big Sean coming, Kanye coming.”
So while the country may still be trying to figure it all out post-election, I might have to pledge my allegiance elsewhere for the time being.