While most [good] interviews with musicians tend to understandably focus on the music and how it was made, Montreality likes to take a more off-kilter approach, learning about the music by asking rudimentary biographical questions. This is starkly different from the Nardwuar approach or even RESPECT.’s typical approach, but this method clearly has it merits. Pusha-T comes across as comfortable and even a bit excited when he’s asked about his experience in school. Sometimes rappers just like to be talked to like regular people. Watch the interview below. Pusha-T also discusses his upcoming album King Push and his opinion on The Grammy’s.
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