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Pusha T, 2 Chainz, and Big Sean Get Aggressive on Kanye-Produced ‘Who I Am’

Clipse MC's 'My Name Is My Name' LP due out this summer

By: Colin Stutz // June 14, 2013

Pusha T’s got all his G.O.O.D. Music brethren on board for “Who I Am,” the latest drop off his upcoming album My Name Is My Name. This will be the Clipse rapper’s debut on Kanye West’s label and he’s getting the full-support treatment from the “Mercy” squad including guest verses from 2 Chainz and Big Sean, production from West, and some extra nob-twiddling from Million $ Mano.

The beat is gritty and bass-heavy, but tempered by eerie strings cutting through the mix. Meanwhile, Pusha T’s wordplay revolves around the line “They said, ‘Be all you can be,'” which for this crew means excessive living: girls, swimming pools, money, the works. The monstrous track is more aggressive than the menacing “Pain” or the cocky Jay-Z-sampling “Numbers on the Board.”

My Name Is My Name comes out this summer. Hear a tagged-up and clean radio rip below or head over to In Flex We Trust, who premiered the track.