He owns a Mercedes Benz gold and diamond chain. Reportedly worth over $20,000!
As one of the most luxury car brands available there’s no doubt he probably owns one of their whips too!
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After selling his first thousand pounds of dope — Push thought he’d hit the jackpot. Well to be honest he pretty much had!
Tetris is an old school arcade game that involves placing different sized and shaped blocks on top of each other while using the least amount of space as possible.
This metaphor describes the drug game with Pill inferring his Tetris blocks were actually “bricks” of cocaine which he’d fill up, sell and then buy some nice jewellery with.
Known for dabbling in luxury clothing & accessories, Push wants you to see the wealth he’s wearing. En Noir Hoe..
He sells and mails his cocaine to clients.
Making sure he’s not caught by the feds or customs Push discuses his packages as Christmas presents by attaching a card.
High end fashion label from Paris. Push & the whole G.O.O.D Music crew are very fond of Riccardo Tisci’s work.
MAC is used as a homophone;
Nice Baseball metaphor to describe being a big time cocaine dealer.
He’s in the majors right, so he’s in the best league of drug dealers along with his feature on this track Pusha T
He pitches (deals) his cocaine out for his batters (junkies) to get a hit.
Hit here is used as a homonym and has two meanings;
Hit as in Baseball hit
“Hit” of cocaine or more commonly known as a line
The Three Strikes Law involves courts to impose 25 years to life sentences on persons convicted of three or more serious criminal offences. This obviously includes drug dealing.
Going along with the Baseball metaphor where it’s “3 strikes and you’re out” Troy claims he’s above the laws of the game so to speak — he’s never going to quit what he’s doing.
Kwame Kilpatrick was a corrupt mayor of Detroit — hence the fake smile.
Re-Up Gang Records was founded by Pusha and his brother, fellow Clipse member No Malice. The labels cooking up some product to hit the streets with fellow artists Ab-Liva and Sandman