Pusha T appears on Rolling Stone's Grammy Preview issue
Pusha T released his highly-anticipated album, It's Almost Dry, in April and fans have been loving it. The DMV rapper appears on Rolling Stone's latest issue, Grammy Preview, where he opens up about the album.
“It tells the story of what I've been able to do in the rap game,” Push said.
He added, “The ability to bring worlds together, the ability to make an event of my music. The ability to give my fans the best possible, highest grade of rap music in its purest form.
“I don't want a lifetime-achievement award. If I'm not doing hip-hop at a high level, I won't do it anymore. And it's fine. But the fact that the music is coming out like it is — that's my new marathon, to show how long I can keep going at this level.”
Pyrex P also talked about longevity in music. “We are trying to show that our era of music is the era that does not have to age out,” he explained. “We can make this greatness forever. This never has to stop.”