The 7 Best Pusha T Remixes

Pusha T photographed on March 31, 2016 in Cambridge, Mass.
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Pusha T photographed on March 31, 2016 in Cambridge, Mass.

Pusha T crowned himself a king, and with good reason. Even before newfound fans knew his name, hip-hop heads were noddin' along to bars from his Clipse days.

He just dropped his new album Daytona on Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music and has been making headlines for his high-profile feud with Drake, whom he dissed on album track "Infrared" and diss rebuttal "The Life of Adidon."

Now, we reflect on King Push's legacy with some of our favorite electronic dance remixes of his biggest tunes.

Yogi & Skrillex – "Burial" feat. Pusha T, Moody Good and TrollPhace

The Skrillex version of this tune from Yogi and Pusha T is widely regarded as an absolute bangfest. This one will give you whiplash just listening to it. Scream along with the hook and red line this beast. 

Pusha T - "Numbers on the Board" (Crookers VIP)

"Numbers on the Board" is one of the best tunes from Pusha T's solo catalog, and Crookers is one of the most bizarrely funky acts in electronic dance. The two come together magically on this funked-up VIP edit, complete with its own screaming fans. Thrive with your weird self.

Tiga - "Bugatti" feat. Pusha T (Jauz Remix)

Tiga's "Bugatti" was already sex on a stick-shift. Then, he added Pusha T in the mix to take things to overdrive. When Jauz got involved, he let the bass blow the top right off the luxury vehicle. There's no more room in the backseat. The dub wubs filled the whole thing.

Future - "Move That Dope" feat. Pharrell Williams and Pusha T (Graves Remix)

If you're not in the mood to move that dope, you can at least kick back and smoke to this low-key groove. It's an easy-afternoon kind of beat, and as much as we love the original, this might just be our new favorite.

Clipse - "Mr. Me Too" (Duplex G Remix)

If you're going to take on a beat as classic as "Mr. Me Too" (produced by The Neptunes, of course), you've got to come mad correct. Thankfully, Duplex G did not take any naps. This delicious remix is a little bit lounge, a little bit boppin'. Gangsters deserve to relax too, y'all, and this is the ultimate in G-easy listening.

Pusha T - "Drug Dealers Anonymous" feat. JAY-Z (Izzamuzzic Remix)

Another slick take on a serious heater, Izzamuzzic brings some cool after-hour vibes with some noir saxophone, as well as some international passport-stamp style with Middle Eastern percussion. Pack the hookah and blow smoke rings with this soundtrack.

iSHi - "Push It" feat. Pusha T (Didrick Remix)

Where the original beat from iSHi is one of the starkest, darkest rhythms in a minute, Didrick brightens all its corners with some adorable future bass. If you're a fan of Worlds-era Porter Robinson, you'll find something to enjoy here, for sure.


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