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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Clean, Import
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B00EV1AR5W
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)

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I have been looking forward to this album for a while as it has been delayed several times.
It is not as quite as good as I was expecting but still arguably the best album of the year.
The album first few tracks are outstanding and except for two tracks in the middle (no regrets and let me love you) it is outstanding.

The two tracks I have mentioned are not bad tracks they just feel out of place with the rest of the songs, would have been better if they held back the best songs from the mixtapes (trouble on my mind and blocka).

If you like outstanding lyrics and your rap music with excellent production this is a no brainer. The production is handled by Pharrell, Kanye West, Swizz beats, The Dream and a few others.

The only people who I wouldn't recommend this album to is pop rap fans but then if you were you probably wouldn't be here considering buying it.

I have raised a question to Amazon as it came out today but you can only get the mp3 version, the CD version is stating 28th October???
I've just purchased the cd version and you can download it straight away, guess I will just randomly be waiting for three weeks for the CD.

Best tracks: Numbers on the board, Nostalgia, SNITCH.
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The debut solo album of Pusha T - one half of the critically acclaimed duo The Clipse - has finally been unveiled. With all the release date pushbacks many doubted whether it would ever arrive. It has, and it is worth the wait.

Disciples of Pusha's muscular, drug-driven lyricism will not be disappointed. King Push has delivered a masterpiece that must go down as one of the best albums of 2013. The oft-heard Rolex and champagne rhymes are interwoven with the harsh realities and consequences of a dealer's lifestyle, with a few subliminal stabs at Drake sprinkled throughout for good measure.

In pre-release interviews Pusha revealed that The Wire's fictional drug lord Marlo Stanfield was an inspiration for the essence of this album. The brash up-and-comer with little regard for the rules mirrors what Push feels he represents in the rap game. It's no coincidence the album's title matches one of the character's most memorable lines, and it's another example of Terrence lacing every line of this record with multiple layers of meaning (pun intended).

The star-studded roll-call of features includes Kendrick Lamar, Rick Ross, Pharrell, Chris Brown, The Dream, Future, Kelly Rowland, Ab Liva, Jeezy, and his G.O.O.D. Music labelmates 2 Chainz and Big Sean. You can't shake the suspicion that the label have tried to maximise the potential for commercial success by tossing in so much big name support, but to be fair the cameos feel organic and compliment each song.

"King Push" kicks off proceedings with a monster beat that Joaquin Pheonix allegedly sent in. "Numbers" and "Sweet Serenade" continue the dark brilliance before "Hold On" offers up introspective respite.
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When I first listened to Pusha T online it was clear that he had managed to bring out an album that is full of amazing and unique beats. Many of the songs sound similar to Yeezus which tells us that Kanye West had a major influence on the album.
In the age of autotune and demise of good Hip Hop artists Pusha T has come out as one of the great rappers of the current day. I highly recommend this album.
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Pusha T goes hard with some fresh sounding beats. Could do without the Rowland feature. Otherwise great debut. 'Nosetalgia' is a contender for record of the year.
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Best album of 2013.

Every track is exceptional, other than the one with Kelly Rowland!

A Must have for hip-hop fans!
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