Pusha T Raps Over Linkin Park’s ‘I’ll Be Gone’ for Trap Remix
Nü-metal giants set to release 'Recharged' remix album featuring Bun B
Here’s something that happened: coke-rap expert and Clipse co-founder Pusha T rapping over a trap-rave remix of “I’ll Be Gone” by nü-metal purveyors Linkin Park. All of that is true but if you don’t believe your eyes, try it out on your ears via the SoundCloud player below. The wild Vice revision will have a home on Recharged, a remix album from the Agoura Hills rap-rock O.G.s set for an October 29 release and featuring reworked versions of songs from their 2012 full-length Living Things. Musical reboots come courtesy of Rick Rubin, Money Mark, Datsik, Nick Catchdubs, and others, while Bun B is set to rhyme on a Rad Omen remix of “Roads Untraveled.” Linkin Park’s recent collaboration with Steve Aoki, “A Light That Never Comes,” will open the 14-song set. Pusha T’s My Name Is My Name is out now, and in case you missed it, LP singer Chester Bennington is the singer for Stone Temple Pilots.