Pusha T and Jeremih are “Paid” in full.
After unleashing the Nas and Erykah Badu collaboration “This Bitter Land,” another star-powered single springs from The Land soundtrack. This one matches King Push up with Jeremih for a money-making anthem.
Jeremih uses his infectious melody on the hook to sing about “trying to get paid” and “moving up [like] George Jefferson.” Later, Pusha rhymes about the hard work that leads to cash.
“We know the risk and the pay off,” he raps. “You only live once so we never take a day off.”
“Paid,” along with the rest of The Land soundtrack, is being streamed in full through NPR now before it’s available elsewhere tomorrow. The soundtrack features Kanye West, MGK, Stalley, and Fashawn, among others.
Executive produced by Nas, The Land stars Badu, Machine Gun Kelly, Michael K. Williams, Kim Coates, and more. It arrives in select theaters July 29.