We here at The DJBooth pride ourselves on bringing our readers music that we know they will love. However, it is up to you to help us determine which songs are dope and which are ultimately forgettable. The same rule applies for Pusha T’s latest offering; when it comes to your thoughts on the Wale-assisted jam, Only You Can Tell It. If you’re a fan of sped up vocal samples, as well as verses from two uber-talented DMV emcees, then we expect to read noting but praiseworthy comments in the section below. Atop the haunting Boogz and Tapez production, Pusha kicks things off with an edgy, brisk flow that sets up Wale’s boisterous vocals for the 1-2 knockout punch. So share your thoughts below, and if you enjoyed this song, you wont have to wait long for more, as Pusha’s Wrath of Caine mixtape is due out this evening.
Written by Lucas G. on 01/28/13
It’s been a long, winding road to hip-hop stardom for Pusha T. Pulled out of Virginia by a then relatively unknown young producer named Pharrell (perhaps you’ve heard of him?), he and Malice would eventually drop three...
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