Jay-Z Buries Em On Pusha T’s ‘Drug Dealers Anonymous’

Barely out of the long weekend slumber, and Pusha T got us all revved up when he previewed the artwork to his lead single ‘Drug Dealers Anonymous’ from the forthcoming album ‘King Push’.

Of course we all were quick to note that Jay-Z feature, making this his second verse within days of appearing on the remix of Fat Joe and Remy Ma’s ‘All The Way Up‘.

Pusha goes in on that kingpin flow, over a DJ Dahi beat, dealing back over the days when each MC was on the streets. It’s the survival of the littest and nothing real can be threatened, and better believe Jay-Z is still standing strong. So if ya’ll think Uber’s the future, here’s a throwback that everyone’s been tapping out on Google to find that pic of Jay from ’89 in London pulling the Benz up.

Jay Z Visits London, 1988

Jay’s verse as expected has tongues wagging yet again. This time Jay came in to address the conservative agenda rammed down our throats, when Tomi Lahren, a US ‘commentator’, hit out at Beyonce after he Super Bowl performance. Tomi supposedly refused to let Beyonce use a clip from her rant on her Formation World Tour, but Jay-Z got in his own final thoughts by dropping his verse straight after a clip of Tomi going on “Your husband was a drug dealer, for 14 years he sold crack cocaine“. Whatever the arrangement between the camps, on social media everyone’s pushing their own agenda.

‘Drug Dealers Anonymous’ is the first single to drop from Pusha T’s next album and it’s warming us up pretty nicely for that next Jay project that’s gotta be dropping later this year too.