Pusha T Releases Part 1 Of ‘My Name Is My Name’ Documentary Series

Pusha T

While in Kingston, Jamaica filming the video for his single “Blocka,” Pusha T was joined by Noah Callahan-Bever of Complex Mag for an interesting sit down in Part 1 of the My Name Is My Name documentary series dubbed ‘Mass Appeal.’

Pusha T fans know a lot about the rapper’s life over the last decade from listening to the truth he puts into his music, but in the first part of this new documentary series Pusha unveils another layer of his persona rarely seen on camera. Seated in the backseat of a seemingly nice car the Virginia native reveals how he has evolved over time, recounting when he made decisions as a play for a bigger audience that in hindsight may not have been what he actually wanted to release at the time (“I’m Good” specifically), and offering some thoughts on how he would approach music if he were to ever reach the crossover point of fame his big brother Kanye now finds himself at. You can view the video below.

My Name Is My Name is scheduled for release October 8. Some are skeptical it will actually arrive at this point, but given the debut of this series it seems Pusha has all intentions of making this date stick. Stay tuned for another chapter in this series to be unveiled in the weeks ahead.

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