Pusha T – DAYTONA Review

This is a strong set of tracks from the former member of Clipse with very few missteps. While only seven tracks long, all have plenty of merit to them.

The production is great, with a lot of unusual sounds being used effectively for a fresher performance. Each beat is individual and stands out not only from each other, but also has entertainment value on its own. There are no issues with these backings as they only enhance this project.

The lyricism is great, as Pusha T uses his unique delivery to boost the impact of his rhymes. All the songs are filled with wordplay as well as fantastic story telling. Maybe a little more variation in flow could add a little something more to this release, but these are still top performances.

The features do well to keep the voices fresh and add new perspectives and angles on the songs. Both show how talented they are and help the album feel a little more cohesive. Maybe seeing Pusha T work with a few others from the industry could be interesting, but the way T works on here, he doesn’t really need the help.

Overall, this is a top release from Pusha T. Hopefully he can continue with this success and continue to put out music of this caliber.

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Pusha T – King Push – Darkest Before The Dawn: The Prelude Review

This album s a good introduction to the direction Pusha T is heading and he shows his ability on every track. The way this project has turned out, whatever comes next will be incredible.

The production is on the dark side but with enough energy to keep the listener interested. Each song has a standout beat that would not be confused with any other song on the album. Something cheerier could show that Pusha T can have more of a balance, but that is not in keeping with the theme of the project.

The lyricism is good with Pusha T doing plenty to keep his rhymes interesting. Using a range of techniques he adds a lot of imagery and impact to his words to make them land harder with the audiance. There are no real problems with what Pusha T has delivered on this project.

The features do a good job of fleshing out the songs on this album so that they are enjoyable and provide comparison points for Pusha T. Each brings a good verse that pumps up the project and makes some good chemistry on the project. Maybe a few singers could help to balance out this album a bit more, but the guests really work well here.

Overall, this is a great album for those waiting for Pusha T to keep pushing rap forward. He only does well here so let’s hope he carries this momentum forward.