Jay Z is making his second cameo on wax within a week. The Brooklyn rap mogul follows up his contributions to Fat Joe and Remy Ma‘s motivational anthem “All the Way Up” with a new sixteen on Pusha T‘s “Drug Dealers Anonymous,” which, naturally, dropped as a Tidal exclusive on Tuesday (May 31).
“First single off the forthcoming #KingPush Album…Tonight,” Pusha tweeted, drumming up hype for his forthcoming album.
— King Push (@PUSHA_T) May 31, 2016
Last year, Pusha cited Jay Z as one of his rap influences alongside Raekwon, telling Billboard, “These guys were really like superheroes to me — they dressed fresh, they rapped fresh. I thought they owned the world. I look at rappers now and it’s like, man, it’s just a sad case of poor business and the artistry is being questioned — it’s just too much.”
The Virginia rapper — and one-half of the former rap duo Clipse with his brother No Malice — stayed true to his dark, street raps on the 2015 effort Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude, the first installment of the two-part King Push LP. While Pusha told Beats 1’s Zane Lowe that K.P. would drop in April, no new release date has been announced.
“Drug Dealers Anonymous” probably won’t be the last we hear from Hov, either, who has a song with Future lined up, according to DJ Khaled.
Stream “Drug Dealers Anonymous” below: