Virginia’s own Pusha T was live and direct at the 9th Annual Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival. The G.O.O.D. Music signee was in rare form as began his set with “Grindin’,” the breakout Neptunes-produced track that put him and his brother on the map back in 2002. Then it was on to more recent cuts like the bass-thumping “Mercy” that turned things up for Pusha’s newer fans. For the finale, the self-proclaimed baller threw up his latest lyrical shots with the Kanye West-produced “Numbers On The Board” from his forthcoming My Name Is My Name album.
Check out the visuals for festival headliners, Redman and EPMD, and stay tuned for a full recap video of the entire Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival day right here on Mass Appeal.