Who else could put the hipsters with felons and thugs
And paint a perfect picture of what sellin' it does?
This is for the critics, who doubted the chemistry
Two different worlds, same symmetry
Pusha directly addresses the collaboration — it’s definitely strange, after all — they have two different audiences (thugs/hipsters), two different styles (gangsta/alternative rap), and two different backgrounds (drug dealer/fatherless ringleader).
Pusha effectively flips off the song’s inevitable critics and raves about the song (in his own song!)
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