Pusha T takes it to the streets of Compton with the “New King of the West Coast” Kendrick Lamar in the dark and gritty video for “Nosetalgia,” their collaboration off My Name Is My Name. The minimalistic clip was shot on 134th and Piru in Kendrick’s old stomping ground.
“The whole neighborhood was out there because [Kendrick] was also filming content. It was a beautiful thing,” Pusha told Rap-Up TV. “Everybody was really receptive, really happy to see me out there. It wasn’t a big production, no security stuff. It was just me being out there with the people.”
Due Oct. 8, MNIMN also features collaborations with Rick Ross, Jeezy, The-Dream, Chris Brown, Kelly Rowland, and Big Sean.
Take a walk on the west side with King Push and K-Dot.