Pusha T’s Exodus 23:1 increases tensions between Drake’s Young Money and G.O.O.D. Music [Audio/News]
Richmond, VA – “Beef is best served like steak, well-done get a gun in your face” — the opening line from the new Pusha T track that has caused quite the stir this past week. “Exodus 23:1” is said to be directed at Drake and Lil Wayne although no names are dropped by The Clipse MC. However, certain lines have people speculating that Pusha is criticizing Drake’s business situation and the legitimacy of his success:
“Contract all fucked / Explain up I guess that means you all fucked up / You signed to one nigga that signed to another nigga that’s signed to three niggas / Now that’s bad luck,” It didn’t take long for Lil Wayne to respond as he took to Twitter and proclaimed: “Fuk pusha t and anybody that love em”
The exact explanation as to what caused the overall beef remains to be heard but there are a few incidents that could have sparked tensions. On Meek Mill’s “Amen” off Dreamchasers 2, Drake allegedly took a shot at Pusha’s label, G.O.O.D. Music with this line:
“And good ain’t good enough, and your hood ain’t hood enough” [More]
Pusha T’s label-mate, Kid Cudi, has already come to Pusha’s defense in response to the Weezy tweet, by tweeting: “I LOVE MY NIGGA PUSHA T, FUCK ANYBODY WHO FEEL DIFFERENT. WE AINT HO’S OUT HERE”
Another interesting point about the song is that it features The-Dream. The Dream and Drake-affiliated artist The Weeknd have recently exchanged words, although subliminally via Twitter not to long ago. Could including The Dream on the song been a strategy to give an extra jab in Drake’s direction? We’ll see how things unfold. You can check out “Exodus 23:1” by Pusha T featuring The Dream below.
Pusha T – Exodus 23:1 ft. The-Dream
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