The two MCs tell tales of years in the drug world on the "My Name is My Name" track.
Pusha T has tapped Kendrick Lamar for his latest track, "Nosetalgia."
The new song, premiered on Funk Master Flex's Hot 97 show on Monday, is an ode to a life in the drug world: "20-plus years of selling Johnson & Johnson/I started out as a baby-faced monster/No wonder there's diaper rash on my conscience," he rhymes over a vintage rock sample.
And Lamar, who named-dropped Pusha on his combative "Control" verse, adds a gruff, dark guest feature: "You want to see a dead body?" he asks to open his rhymes.
Pusha T's "My Name is My Name" is due Oct. 8.
Hear "Nosetalgia" below: