King Push pulled up to the video hosting service’s studios and performed “Brambleton” and “Dreamin of the Past,” two of the standouts from his latest album, It’s Almost Dry.
Pusha T has delivered a pair of performances for Vevo as part of its popular CTRL series — check them out below.
The Virginia-bred rhymer keeps things very simple with just a hanging mic and four plain walls for the performances. He exudes precision while jogging through his drug-laced raps as the white light turns him into a ghost and even switches to a heavy red that makes it look as if he’s drenched in a coat of blood.
Pusha showed love to both of his collaborators on the album as “Brambleton” finds Pharrell behind the boards with Kanye West holding down production on the hard-hitting “Dreamin of the Past.
It’s Almost Dry debuted atop the Billboard 200 in late April with 55,000 total album-equivalent units sold in the first week.
In June, at a performance in Los Angeles, Pusha showed some love to friend and collaborator Pharrell. “Without Pharrell, there is no It’s Almost Dry,” he told the crowd. “He brought a whole different dynamic to my album, man. I love you, bro, for everything, always. You brought me in this game, you taught me everything! Everything! Clothes, dressing, what you want? You did it. Real shit, no lie.”