Listen to Pusha T's Kanye West-Produced Song 'Lunch Money'

Pusha T at Pitchfork 2014
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Pusha T performs onstage during the 2014 Pitchfork Music Festival at Union Park on July 19, 2014 in Chicago, Illinois. 

Pusha T steps out of the studio to release his new song, "Lunch Money."

The dissonant Kanye West-produced song features the rapper going for his competition ("If the crown ain’t mine, tell me who am I behind?") and touching on the happenings of today ("America is still abusin' us/ And 911 is the Ku Klux/ So why wouldn't I fire back/ When every day them n---as are shootin' us?").

Listen below:

Twitter user @sayncs pointed out Pusha's shout-out to the 1988 Nintendo video game Contra.

Pusha T has been in the studio with Pharrell Williams, 'Ye and Hudson Mohawke working on the follow up to 2013's My Name Is My Name, reportedly titled King Push.

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