Pusha T Dives Into his Diddy-Collab “Crutches, Crosses, Caskets” with Rob Markman of Genius


If there’s a lyrical dispute in hip-hop you can bet that Rob Markman and the team at Genius will be all over it in no time.  Breaking down lyrics with the games best, Markman has spent a hefty amount of time as of late with the new work of Pusha T.

With his new album “Darkest Before Dawn” dropping at midnight, Pusha T sat down with Markman to speak on his Diddy assisted cut “Crutches, Crosses, Caskets.”  From dealing with Diddy’s criticism to seeing rappers turn from idols to victims of the game Pusha says “I feel like ‘Crutches, Crosses, Caskets’ is just my interpretation of the rap game.”

Check it out below and make sure to keep your eyes peeled on iTunes for the release of “Darkest Before Dawn” and here on SU for Pusha T’s exclusive interview with Sway from this morning.


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