In the final episode of My Name Is My Name – Documentary Series, Pusha T and Noah Callahan-Bever wrap up their interview in Jamaica with talks of Pusha’s album and the impact it may have on hip hop and its audience.
“I really think this record is going to cement me in a space of rap greats,” states Pusha. He follows up with his opinion on Lil Wayne being a quality rapper, if not now, at one point in his career. Noting that it took Weezy and Jay Z 10 years before they mastered the entire mix of what they had to offer, a point he now feels he’s reached. “I’ve rapped great for a long time, I feel like people are catching up now.”
Pusha has indeed spent his time honing his craft, learning and producing quality music. Having personally heard My Name Is My Name, I can attest that this documentary is just a glimpse into the honesty and wisdom Pusha T has captured in his latest musical offering. The hip hop world is in for a treat from G.O.O.D. Music’s Golden Child.
Watch the entire My Name Is My Name Documentary Series below.