Pusha T moves his bricks under the cover of darkness, “late night,” while Jimmy Fallon has a talk show at that time.
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Witch-doctors really do get a bad rap. They principally try to help people in rural, indigenous tribes.
Also, Pusha’s referencing his time spent dealing crack; it’s cursed him with guilt and with a penchant for the coke rap.
As demonized by Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?:
Funeral homes surely appreciate Pusha’s contributions.
“We’s comin', Pusha!”
Pusha makes his ladies put time in before he spends money on them. They take care of his nether regions.
Aw yeah, gurl!
Pusha was “numb” in the sense that he wasn’t getting much attention from the media, but now’s he back on top.
A role reversal at its finest.
Numb is a term used for what happens to your body when you take certain drugs. So harping on the previous line, Pusha’s dope dealing lyrics are like no one else on GOOD Music but that what makes him stand out on the roster.
All of Pusha’s keys (birds) are branded. He keeps up the common bird metaphor by giving them his talons, his special distinguishing touch.
Tron and its sequel, Tron: Legacy, are known for their signature color schemes, which includes ice-blue.
James Bond has been pushing Aston Martins since Goldfinger.
Pusha’s playing circles around the haters!
Also connects to the checkers jumps in the line above, since players jump to make shots.