Pusha T – Blocka

Pusha T drops off the brand new visuals to accompany his latest single "Blocka," highlighting an impressive Young Chop production with G.O.O.D. Music mate Travi$ Scott supplying some side verses. No word on where this single will end up but we'll presumably say an upcoming Pusha T mixtape of some sort. Check out Pusha T in this gritty new visual above and leave thoughts below.

By: Davis Huynh / Music Videos / December 11, 2012 / 7464 Views
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  • Malice

    That Booty > The Song

  • jimbojones

    killin it

  • Swagpuffs

    Not sure how I feel about dudes like Pusha, Future, and Rick Ross going to slums in developing countries and filming rap videos. But regardless, this was a dope video

  • Yeezer Ebeneezer

    how is it any different than the Game going to the Compton hood for his My Life video?
    Think man

    Dope vid...but this song isnt worthy of the album

  • jj

    Pusha Is a King In The Street So Just Respect The Realest In Hip Hop

  • Swagpuffs

    Because he's FROM Compton that's why. Game went there to represent where he came from and put his hood on, not to mention that it's in America. When Rick Ross went to Nigeria and posed with people begging for money and kids running around without pants on it was straight up exploitative. I get your point, both are ethically hazy but I feel like it's a bit different when it's in America as opposed to a third world country.

  • http://twitter.com/JPoSwagPuffs Yung Homie

    The difference is that Compton is actually Game's hood, but Pusha, Future, and Rick Ross have nothing to do with the slums of developing countries.

    They're flying first-class to a third-world nation with their expensive clothing and camera crews, shooting a video the people will never see for a song they'll never hear, and then flying out just as quickly as they came. They think it's cool to rap about their drug-dealing adventures where drugs actually come from, without giving a dime to the people actually doing the dirty work just to feed their families. They're taking advantage of these people and their slums because it "looks cool".

    Pusha's not doing any favors for his crew, giving his friends little cameos and shit like he did in the Exodus video. This is like when Paul Ryan infamously spent 20 minutes in a soup kitchen hastily cleaning a single pot and then sending out a press release about how charitable he is (http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-politics/wp/2012/10/15/charity-president-unhappy-about-paul-ryan-soup-kitchen-photo-op/)

  • Jimmy

    FAIL.

  • duh

    maybe because the beat sample is from Jamaica?
    hence shot in Jamaica.

  • http://twitter.com/JPoSwagPuffs Yung Homie

    There is no sample. A reggaeton artist was featured. And he wasn't even included in the video!

    And "Tony Montana" had no Caribbean influences. Neither did "Hol' Me Back". Neither did Common's "Sweet", which was also filmed in a foreign slum. It's straight-up exploitation.

  • http://twitter.com/abuseandres Fire Starter

    So many cool stories.

  • Kanye West

    who the fuck do you think is singing at 0:34 ? & it's reggae not reggaeton , fuckin idiot ....

  • Fuck off

    You're in need of a pimp hand to the face .....

  • Jabjal

    If you are not putting in any individual efforts yourself to help a developing country you're just pretending to care. Furthermore, hypetrak is the last place to start. If you disagree with my comments then disagree as I did with yours. Just none of that, "You haven't seen the devastation first hand like I have because I cry at night" business

    in other news, BLOCKA IS MY SHIT! POPCAAAN!

  • http://twitter.com/iSkeptic TonyTooCool

    die u sack of shit

  • http://twitter.com/iSkeptic TonyTooCool

    lmao

  • ummmm

    well im pretty sure it makes sense to film a tony montana video in columbia and hol me back was filmed in new orleans i think

  • http://www.facebook.com/asunkee Jamila Wallace

    The hell are you talking about? Jamaica dancehall artist Popcaan is featured and he IS in the video.

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  • Raj

    how is pusha taking advantage of these people? they were probably happy to be in a famous american rapper's music video, even if they weren't payed some ridiculous sum. he's not forcing them to do anything they don't want to do, and he's not portraying them in any way that they don't want to be portrayed. you want another video of some rapper throwing money in the air while lounging beside his pool in beverly hills?

    ...and you really think they're never gonna hear the song or see the video? it's a civilized country, not the middle of the fuckin amazon.

  • 808

    no1 cares how you feel

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  • http://twitter.com/ZelOverdose Zel

    you have no clue what life pusha t is really living

  • The Great

    You lot have time man, if you ain't got nothing good to say then don't say it at all.. too much negativity just enjoy the dam song

  • Guest

    he did a "hol' me back" version in Nigeria too though

  • 6

    Somebody had to make it right after what Drake did with that Find Your Love video. Seriously? Light skin nigga like him hooking up with the bitch of a gully god which happens to have Mavado's face and not letting me see you eat lead at the end of the vid? NIGGA FUCK YOU.

  • ApolloKidOne

    guess ya'll haven't seen this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrZnDJCi24s...
    looks like they're doing just fine to me. stop crying for other grown men. if they felt some type of way the video wouldn't have happened. seems like some people wish they filmed videos in their hoods...

  • itunemp

    Lovely :)
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